Dave Peach started his radio career as a part-timer back in 1978. He became a general manager in 2004 at WREL & WWWZ in Virginia, and he’s been the GM for Forcht Broadcasting in Crawfordsville, Indiana since 2007. And in 2015, he was named one of Radio Ink’s Best Managers in Radio.
It's called "Browse" and Pandora says it helps users discover even more of the music they'll love. The new tool gives users nonstop discovery of new stations based on their listening activity and users can see what's playing on a station before adding it to their station list.
Rob Cressman is the new Program Director for Hubbard's rocker WDRV-FM in Chicago. Cressman joins Hubbard from iHeartMedia in Indianapolis. He replaces Curtis Johnson who left the station earlier this month.
Matt Moscona's After Further Review PM drive show which airs on Guaranty broadcasting's 104.5/104.9 ESPN in Baton Rouge (WNXX/KNXX) will also now be heard on 100.3 ESPN in New Orleans (KLRZ). Moscona has been named to Radio Ink magazine’s Top Local Sports Talkers’ List in three of the last four years.
It's a multi-year partnership for TTWN to remain the traffic data provider for Univision's 67 radio stations.
Just one week after launch, the Bob & Tom app, which was developed in partnership with Clip Interactive, has been downloaded over 100,000 times.
It's a five-year extension between the club and the station which will take the relationship through the 2023-24 NHL Season.
Former University of Oklahoma and Dallas Cowboys football coach Barry Switzer, iHeartMedia VP of Talent Development Dennis Clark, and talent coach Steve Reynolds will present Put Me In Coach: The Best Talent Coaches Converge at Country Radio Seminar 2016.
New York City’s 77 WABC Radio has announced the addition of The Frommer Travel Show to its weekly line-up of locally produced weekend talk shows. The show debuts Saturday, January 30, from 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Our special Country Radio Seminar issue of Radio Ink Magazine is about to be plastered all over the Omni Hotel in Nashville as radio executives, country PD's and on-air hosts converge on the city for the popular event held every year in February. This year, after 16 years at the Renaissance hotel, CRS will be held at the Omni Hotel and will feature a completely revamped agenda. You'll read all about those changes in your February 8th issue, along with Country radio's top 30 Program Directors. Also, in this issue is a special feature on syndicated hosts Big D and Bubba who have been together now since starting out at WTGE-FM in Baton Rouge back in 1996.