Bonneville Phoenix has hired Mike Broomhead to host The Mike Broomhead Show weekday mornings from 8 a.m. to noon on KTAR News 92.3 FM. Broomhead, formerly a morning host on iHeartMedia’s KFYI-AM, will debut Monday, February 24.
Luis Orozco and La Mega Media of Columbus, are partnering to increase market share in Ohio. Orozco brings more than 20 years of sales, broadcasting, and production experience in radio and television to one of the largest Hispanic media companies in the Midwest.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting has named Katherine Arno as Vice President, Community Service Grants and Station Initiatives.
Brett Winterble is the new afternoon drive host for News Talk 1110 & 99.3 WBT (WBT-AM/FM) in Charlotte.
Nebraskan on-air veteran “Chi” is taking over afternoons on SWEET 98.5 (KQKQ) for NRG Media in Omaha. She will also serve as the Music Director for sister station POWER 106.9, and be on-air for POWER.
The iHeart CEO was a keynoter at Podcast Movement's Evolutions Thursday. Pittman took some heat from the podcast community last September when he said podcasting was radio's birthright. Last night he made it clear how much he believed in podcasting and told the crowd podcasting is going to be a lot bigger than anyone thinks.
Those are the words of newspaper executive and Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charles Munger. His comments were made the same week McClatchy, the second largest newspaper company in the United States, filed for bankruptcy.
This week on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing, the iHeart CEO interviews journalist Ken Auletta. Pittman and Auletta discuss everything from Auletta's profiles of powerful people, to his instincts for industry reporting.
Cox Media Group has promoted Megan Borelli to D.O.S. for its Long Island Cluster of stations. Borelli began her career at Cox Reps in 1996. In 2013, she moved to CMG Long Island as Digital Sales Manager.
If you want to know the future of Hispanic radio, listen to what its leaders are saying. And if you want to know what broadcasting's top advocate to Washington and the world is asking them, you'll want to be in the room at Radio Ink's Hispanic Radio Conference in Miami.