KOST 103.5’s “Meaningful Makeovers” A Treat For Women With Cancer

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KOST 103.5 and morning show personality Ellen announced a partnership, Friday, with Thrive Causemetics, a cosmetics company dedicated to supporting women with cancer. As part of the partnership, KOST 103.5 and Thrive Causemetics will offer female listeners undergoing cancer treatment complimentary makeovers to improve their confidence and self-esteem.
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Molly Paige Gets Afternoons On FM News 101 KXL

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Molly Paige will co-host afternoon drive on FM News 101 KXL Portland, Oregon. Her start date was April 4, 2016. Paige has experience as an anchor, writer, producer, and on-air personality for nationally syndicated newscasts. She most recently worked in Washington D.C. as an anchor/writer and producer for NBC News Radio and alternate host on America in the Morning.
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WGN’s “Walk Of Fame” Class Announced

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WGN Radio announced the seven honorees in the 2016 Walk of Fame class during the Steve Cochran Show. On Friday, May 27, voices of agriculture, entertainment, and news, along with behind-the-scenes staff including producers, engineers, and management, will be honored with a ceremony and live broadcast from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Tribune Tower at 435 North Michigan Avenue.
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iHeartCountry Festival To Feature Some Of Country’s Biggest Names

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iHeartMedia announced Friday the lineup for the Daytime Village at the iHeartCountry Festival on Saturday, April 30 from 3-6 p.m. CT at Frank Erwin Center's North Box Office Plaza. The free daytime event will feature live performances by Bobby Bones and The Raging Idiots, Granger Smith, LoCash, Chris Lane, and Maren Morris. Bobby Bones will host the main stage.

AM/FM Listeners Who Drive….

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Change stations 22 times every time they commute, according to data from a new study called "Hacking The Commuter Code" from Edison Research. Edison did not detail why listeners change the station so many times but more detail into the research, provided by Pandora, would lead you to believe it could be the number of commercials you play (see previous story).

Jelli Launches Demand Side Programmatic Platform

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When programmatic buying was first announced about a year ago, it was mainly being done by advertisers via exchanges. An advertiser would speak to salespeople at an exchange and execute an order. Jelli's new platform, called SpotPlan, is cloud-based technology that gives advertisers and agencies the ability to buy radio advertising in real-time on a self-service, automated basis. In other words, rather than going through an exchange, buyers will now have a self-service portal.

Are You Radio’s Next Messiah?

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(by Radio Ink Chairman Eric Rhoads) This is an industry littered with programming stories, but few have had the impact of Top 40, and it has been the basis of the music part of the radio industry for decades now. Todd Storz was taking a giant chance with his father’s radio station. He could have killed the golden goose that paid for his college tuition. Instead the move bolstered Storz Broadcasting.

FCC Investigating Explicit Hack in Texas

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KHOU-TV is reporting that country station KXAX in Livingston was hacked and broadcast a sexually explicit Podcast for four early morning hours one day this week. The Podcast, called Furcast is an adult program produced out in New York.

Hamburg to Receive Lifetime Gracie Award

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The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation will present WABC's Joan Hamburg with the Gracies Lifetime Achievement Award at its 41st Annual Awards Luncheon June 21st in New York City. The Gracies recognize exemplary programming created by women, for women and about women in all facets of media.
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115 Billion Social Impressions For iHeart Awards

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iHeartMedia has shared the latest social media engagement data it compiled from the April 3 iHeartRadio Music Awards. The company says the event generated 115 billion social media impressions in the United States throughout the promotional period of the show.


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