CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett will host a live taping of The Takeout with special guest, political satirist, Will Durst (pictured), during the Forecast luncheon today.
For the first six months of 2018, digital ad spending in the United States exploded to $49.5 billion, according to new figures released by the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
Baseball season is barely over and iHeartMedia Houston has jumped in quick to extend its broadcast deal with MLB’s Houston Astros, keeping Sportstalk 790 AM the home of the Astros.
Sacramento station 98 Rock (KRXQ-FM) will broadcast live on Tuesday, November 13 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. PT at Goodwill in Sacramento to collect donations for families affected by the Camp Fire in Paradise, CA.
They're changing things up at 105.1 FM THE BOUNCE in Detroit. As of Tuesday, November 13, listeners will be able to tune into the following...
It was the first full quarter of reported earnings for Cumulus since coming out of bankruptcy. Radio station revenue was down, Westwood One revenue was up, digital revenue was up, and political revenue is strong. Here are all the details...
(By Kevin McKinney) The notion that Facebook and Google are stealing ad revenue from radio is completely false. Radio is giving revenue to Google and Facebook. Nobody is stealing. So why do consolidators claim this?
Sam Darling purchased a neglected funeral home in Auburn, NY, in 2015. At the time, his was one of seven funeral homes serving 28,000 people. Needless to say there was a lot of competition for funeral services. So what did Darling do to stand out from the crowd? He turned to the theatre-of-the-mind medium of course. (Our weekly Advertiser Success Stories are sponsored by Sun & Fun Media)
You'd be hard pressed to find so many radio and business luminaries in the same place at one time as you'll find at Forecast 2019. But there are only 2 seats left! Forecast 2019 is tomorrow, at the Harvard Club in New York City. We hope to see you there!
KLOS-FM Los Angeles morning host Frank Kramer, from The Frosty, Holly and Frank Show, posted to Twitter that his home is gone as a result of one of the fires in that city. Here's the full tweet...