Jason Barrett had all the details about 104.5 The Zone midday co-host Paul Kuharsky (pictured) waking up at 2 a.m. to find a naked teenager and police officer in his home.
This one would have surely made Radio Ink's best facilities issue. On Wednesday, Bloomberg showed off its new state-of-the-art multi-platform broadcast studio at Bloomberg’s global headquarters in New York City.
Sports Garden Network will be providing JVC Broadcasting's all-news station on Long Island sports updates throughout the day along with broadcasting its flagship program, Wanna Bet, seven days a week.
What's the state of political and automotive advertising for the U.S. Hispanic market? Find out in this week's Hispanic Radio Podcast with Angie Balderas.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit released an opinion upholding the Copyright Royalty Board’s “Web IV” music streaming rates for years 2016-2020. SoundExchange caused the ruckus in this one, raising a number of arguments in an attempt to upend the CRB-established rates.
(By Jon Quick) This article is meant for general managers who have a sales rather than programming background, or for general managers that think they know programming or who were programmers a century ago.
The L.A. Kings and iHeartMedia have a new digital partnership: all Kings games will stream live on the new, official LA Kings Audio Network, a custom station available on iHeartRadio.
iHeartMedia Milwaukee, in partnership with local Fox affiliate Fox 6 and Clear Channel Outdoor Americas, will host a Hurricane Florence Disaster Relief Phone Bank to benefit families affected by the hurricane in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
(By Ronald Robinson) Radio owners have washed their hands of any responsibility to address future potentials of the medium and have, instead, hunkered down to polish only that propaganda that reinforces their firmly held, vacuous and unbelievably debilitating positions.
The U.S. Senate passed the Music Modernization Act by unanimous consent Tuesday evening. This Senate version will go back to the House where it needs to be voted on again because of the changes the Senate made to the bill.