Educational Media Foundation has been one of radio’s most aggressive companies over the past few years. Getting the word of God into every market in the country is its goal.
LBI Media has successfully completed its court-approved reorganization plan wiping over $350 million in debt off its books. While mainly a TV company, LBI also owns 17 radio stations and syndicates the Don Cheto Network in 31 markets.
Sirius XM Radio has extended CEO Jim Meyer's contract through the end of 2020. Meyer's annual salary will be $2 million. But wait, there's more, much more...
Country Radio Broadcasters’ latest CRS360 webinar series is at 1 p.m. CT on Tuesday, Oct. 22, with a discussion about filmmaker Ken Burns' Country Music, the eight-part, 16-hour film chronicling the history of America’s most-programmed music genre.
Louisville’s REAL 93.1 and 98.9 Radio Now will hold the third annual Sista Strut, a 3K breast cancer charity walk, on October 19 to increase awareness and raise funds for the fight against breast cancer.
Amy Kehrmeyer-Moore is the General Sales Manager for Momentum Broadcasting. Last month in Dallas, Kehrmeyer-Moore won our Radio Wayne award for Director of Sales/General Sales Manager of the Year.
We live in an on-demand media consumption world. Whether it's Netflix on Television or Podcasts for audio, consumers want to watch and listen to their favorite shows during times that are convenient to them, not the content producer.
iHeartMedia and Roche are partnering for the iHeartCountry One Night For Our Military concert Thursday, November 7, at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.
Fantasy sports audio content company FNTSY Sports Radio Network is partnering with Premiere Networks for national representation in advertising sales. The alliance marries FNTSY’s real-time daily fantasy sports coverage with Premiere’s sponsorship and advertising sales team.
'Prospects for Radio as an Investment in 2020: The Real Street Talk' is just one of panel discussions set for Radio Ink's Forecast 2020 coming up November 20 at the Harvard Club, NYC. Paul Homer, Managing Director of Northwood Venture, will be a member of that panel. Here's what he had to say about investing in radio.