Houston Honors For KBXX

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97.9 The Box's Good Morning H-Town has been honored as the Best Radio Morning Show in Houston. The recognition comes from the Houston Chronicle readers poll.

WSB Ready For Care-a-Thon

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95.5 WSB (WSB-AM/WSBB-FM), Atlanta, will host the 21st annual 95.5 WSB Care-a-Thon. The event benefits the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Walt Ferber’s Final Season

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WITZ-FMin Jasper, Indiana will be saying good-bye to High School sports broadcaster Walt Ferber. He will retire at the end of the upcoming school year.

NPR Names First CCO

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Isabel Lara is NPR's first Chief Communications Officer. She has been serving as the Executive Director of Media Relations. Lara has served as NPR's spokesperson since 2014.

Is Talk Radio Killing People?

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(By Ed Ryan) The about-face Conservative talker Phil Valentine has made on the COVID-19 vaccine has a lot of our readers questioning the role talk radio has been playing - some say preventing - in rolling the vaccine out.

Kamerick’s The Pick For News

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After a national serarch, KUNM Radio, at the University of New Mexico, has selected Megan Kamerick to be the station’s next News Director. Kamerick began as a volunteer at KUNM in 2005 on Women’s Focus and joined the staff in 2015.

SiriusXM Turns in $2 Billion Quarter

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On Tuesday, SiriusXM reported first quarter revenue came in at $2.06 billion, an increase of 5% compared Q1 2020. The company recorded net income of $219 million in the first quarter of 2021, compared to $293 million in the prior year period and 126,000 self-pay net subscribers were added, an increase of 83% over last year.

Tar Heels Tap WPTF

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University of North Carolina Football and Men's Basketball have a new radio home in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Triangle. The Tar Heels have entered a new flagship relationship with Curtis Media Group and ,i>WPTF 98.5 FM/680 AM.

APM Reports On Teacher Shortages

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American Public Media has created a four-part podcast series on the the struggle schools are having finding qualified teachers. The series takes a deep dive into research and how it translates into policy.

Blaise Gainey Moving To Nashville

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Nashville Public Radio flagship station WPLN, has hired Blaise Gainey as the new Political Reporter. Gainey is moving to Middle Tennessee from WFSU in Tallahassee.


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