The late Bob Kingsley will be honored during CRS's annual “Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley,” Thursday, Feb. 20. The host will be Fitz, recently named new host of Bob Kingsley's Countdown show, Radio Ink will hand out its Best PD Awards (sponsored by Sony Music Nashville) and Garth Brooks will host a writers round.
We've been following this story since late January when an administrative law judge ruled in favor of a union representing employees at Stephens Media Group’s upstate New York radio stations. This week Stephens filed an unfair labor practice charge against the National Association of Broadcast Employee & Technicians.
The Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio Group, which was created shortly after Radio Ink launched its Most Influential Women in Radio issue, has released its 20th annual gender analysis study. Here's what they discovered.
Next month in San Francisco Cumulus will move the syndicated show Armstrong & Getty from KGO to KSFO and launch The Morning Show With Nikki Medoro. Veteran newsman Bret Burkhart joins Medoro who moves to mornings from afternoon drive where she worked with Chip Franklin.
Aptivada has been signing up one big company after another lately. The latest to take on Aptivada's solution for online contesting, marketing, revenue, and promotions is Spanish Broadcasting System.
Motor Racing Network will celebrate its 50th season of NASCAR coverage with almost 30 hours of programming originating from Daytona International Speedway.
Entercom and Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas have teamed up to produce soccer programming for the 2020 season.
That's what Victor Davis Hanson writes in his latest column for National Review. Hanson points out that not only is Rush the genius of talk radio, he "singlehandedly reinvented it."
The FCC has initiated a proceeding to revoke the license of Consolidated Radio's KVOZ-FM in Del Mar Hills, TX for failing to pay its regulatory fees for the past 5 years. The total amount now owed is $12,000 and KVOZ has 60 days to pay.
NRG's KFGE-FM (Froggy 98) in Lincoln hosted its 17th annual St. Jude Country Cares Radiothon Feb. 5th and 6th. A record $93,361 was raised by the radio station and its volunteer helpers