Every election seems to set a new record for political ad spending and radio managers across the country hope 2020 will be no different. Don't forget there are rules you need to follow when it comes to dealing with candidates. The good news for you is that Broadcast Attorney David Oxenford has updated his Political Broadcasting Guide. His latest blog has all the details.
For this week, at least, The Home Depot isn’t being pursued by GEICO at the top of the Media Monitors chart of the leading radio advertisers around the nation.
From Cannes, France, iHeartMedia and WPP announced the launch of Project Listen. The two companies are hoping this new project will help brands better engage with consumers across all audio platforms: broadcast radio, digital streaming, podcasts, smart speakers, and live events.
“Jammin’ 105.7” KOAS-FM in Las Vegas launched Monday with “Smile” by Li’l Duval & Snoop Dogg. The previous format was Rhythmic AC. The station will also air The Steve Harvey Morning Show.
ASCAP has recruited Brooke Eplee to be Senior Vice President, Strategy and Business Development. Eplee has more than 15 years’ experience with business development and strategy in the music and digital media industries.
Are you hearing things about your market? Let us investigate. Radio Ink Magazine is the only 27-year-old trade magazine in the radio industry. That's the result of a lot of trust over those years. Send all news tips in total confidence, and any other station news to Radio Ink Editor Ed Ryan at [email protected].
How Men Think is hosted by Gavin DeGraw, an award-winning singer and songwriter, and Brook Laich, a hockey player in the NHL. Yes, you read that right.
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel has released another episode of Broadband Conversations, the podcast uplifting the voices of women from the innovation, technology, and media sectors. Monday’s episode features Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey.
Trent Ferguson is living a dream. Ever since he started listening to satellite radio when he was very young he has wanted to be on the air. Now 20, Ferguson is the new morning sports anchor and high school football color commentator for WNZF-FM, 94.9 in Flagler County Florida. Ferguson prides himself on calling it like he sees it, even though he has been blind since birth.