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In our continuing series of interviews with radio executives who attended CES, we spoke to Colorado Broadcasters Association President Justin Sasso. Sasso was also part of the Jacobs Media tour of CES. Let's find out what Sasso thought about the 2022 show.
The race to get in the sports gambling game continues. Audacy has announced the upcoming debut of three new Sunday shows on the BetQL Network. Sports betting is expected to be a big revenue category for radio companies heavily invested in sports.
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The Illinois Broadcasters Association has honored The Drive WDRV-FM Chicago with two Silver Dome Awards. The awards were in 'Best Radio Station Community Service' category.
106.5 ELMNT FM has added Mark and Jem in the Morning. The station plays a wide variety of Pop, Hip-Hop, R&B and Soul with a focus on Indigenous artists.
Doug Hamand, Vice President, Programming Operations, has signed a new long-term agreement with Cumulus Media. Hamand joined Cumulus in 2016 after leaving iHeartMedia/Clear Channel.
There's a whole new world being created out there and if you were wondering what The Metaverse and web3 are after iHeartMedia's announcement yesterday, so were we.
(By James Bahm) Looking at the articles and comments over the last couple of weeks about how to let someone go, brought back a lot of memories of places I’ve been on my stops up and down the dial.
The statewide Festival of Stars Toy and Donation Drive and Radiothon, presented by Cumulus Little Rock raised $363,249 for Arkansas Children.