Three industry leaders are set to speak at Country Radio Seminar’s 50th Anniversary event during a featured panel, entitled “What Leadership Looks Like In 2020: A Conversation with 3 Broadcast Executives.”
The $99 Unemployment Rate is now available for Country Radio Seminar’s 50th Anniversary event, to be held Feb. 13-15 in Nashville, TN, at the Omni Nashville. Interested parties must apply no later than Thursday, Jan. 31.
The BMI Foundation is now accepting applications for its newly revamped BMI Founders Internship Program. This year’s program is in partnership with Beasley Media Group and Hubbard Radio, and is open to broadcasting students nationwide.
United Stations Radio Networks has renewed its arrangement to distribute the daily comedic feature known as Carmen Calls, as well as its companion weekend day-part program, Sabado Picante.
Let’s Get Civical is a new podcast on the More Banana Network made up of equal parts civics class and comedy show. Hosts Lizzie Stewart and Arden Walentowski "unpack and repack political and government structures that led us to the cry for help that is our current political landscape."
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The ratings firm and Cox Media Group have signed a multi-year renewal agreement for both radio and TV measurement. The agreement covers all CMG radio and television stations as well as CoxReps and Videa.
WCBS 880 in New York, the new flagship station for the New York Mets, have announced that veteran broadcaster Howie Rose will continue as the lead voice in the Mets radio booth.
The new location at 425 Fremont Street, Suite 220, in Las Vegas is scheduled to open in August. The new iHeartMedia Las Vegas headquarters is part of iHeartMedia’s new partnership with Fremont Street Experience to revitalize and assist in the growth of downtown Las Vegas.
The 46-year radio voice of the Cincinnati Reds, Marty Brennaman, is gearing up to broadcast his last season. The 76-year old started with the team in 1974 covering World Series Championships in 1975, 1976 and 1990.