Comedian Jo Koy Launches “The Koy Pond”

Comedian Jo Koy is jumping into the podcast game with his new show The Koy Pond on PodcastOne. Launching Monday, March 14, regular guests will include King Bach, Anjelah Johnson, and The Black Eyed Peas. A new episode will be available every Tuesday at, the PodcastOne app, and iTunes.

Who Are The Potential Buyers?

In all likelihood radio's two biggest players will not be participating in what will probably be the sell-off of some of radio's best radio stations and brands. With debt and revenue issues facing iHeartMedia and Cumulus, most of the financial experts we spoke to Tuesday believe those two companies will not be involved in any CBS deals. And, as Media Services Group broker Bob Heymann tells Radio Ink, in all likelihood, it will not be one buyer, they will be sold as market clusters. So who are possible buyers? Let the speculation begin.

How Interested Will David Field Be In CBS Stations?

Broker Bob Heymann says we should keep an eye on Field. "Entercom is a very good candidate to pick off clusters." And Field has consistently said he would be open to looking at deals that made strategic sense to the company. Being bullied by the DOJ over the Lincoln Financial deal has probably worn off by now, and with only one station in Los Angeles Field might be thinking, KCBS, KNX, KROQ, and KRTH would look pretty cool emblazoned with an Entercom logo.

Boston Herald: CBS is Selling Because of The Internet

You might find this opinion a bit of a stretch. Boston Herald writer Rick Shaffer says CBS is selling its radio stations because the model of radio is broken and the Internet is taking over.

5 Days To Go Until Radio Ink’s Hispanic Radio Conference

Time to register is winding down. Our registration's are up big-time for our 2016 Hispanic Radio Conference in Ft. Lauderdale. It's time to claim your seat. Here are 10 reasons you can't afford to miss the Hispanic Radio Conference, March 22 and 23...

J.R. Jaus New Morning Co-Host On Y100

Cox Media Group (CMG) San Antonio has named J.R. Jaus as the new morning show co-host on Y100, alongside Beth Chandler. Jaus was previously with CMG’s WWKA K92.3 in Orlando. Jaus has been in radio for over a decade going back to his first gig at 19.
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Four Hot Springs Stations Changing Hands

Media Service Group's Bill Whitley tells us Central Arkansas Radio Group is buying KLAZ-FM, KYRC-FM, KHRK-FM, and KBHS-AM in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The seller is Noalmark Broadcasting Corporation headed by William Nolan.

Terri Clark Named New Host Of Country Gold

Westwood One makes the announcement that country artist Terri Clark will begin hosting the four-hour Classic Country show Country Gold, beginning the weekend of April 9-10, 2016. She takes over for Randy Owen who has hosted the show for the past four years. Most recently, Clark was co-host on America’s Morning Show with Blair Garner. Country Gold airs on more than 100 stations.

Why It’s OK To Tell Your Clients To Spend More Money With You

A new study just released by the Advertising Research Council, and detailed in AdAge, provides powerful information for your sellers who battle to pull advertising dollars from clients exclusively advertising with TV or print or even digital. The study, which included 5,000 campaigns for 1,000 brands, concluded ...

Sanders Takes Radio’s Top Spot

Tuesday is another big primary day for the candidates running for President with both Ohio and Florida among the states that will choose their delegates. Media Monitors is out with its latest report on which candidates are using radio the most in their battles to win the nomination.

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