According to a statement put out by SAG-AFTRA, bargaining between the union and Entercom begins Thursday at KYW-AM in Philadelphia. Thursday’s talks are being overseen by a federal mediator.
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel has tapped Capitol Hill for the latest episode of her podcast Broadband Conversations. Congresswoman Norma Torres was a 911 operator for 17 years for the LA Police Department.
This goes back to a story we first told you about on April 4 when Marsh quit his long-time hosting job at St. Louis Public Radio. Marsh says he was called into a manager's office after saying to a guest, "You Look Great."
Afternoon drive personality Andre Gardner has signed a multi-year deal to remain at Beasley’s WMGK-FM in Philadelphia. Gardner, who recently celebrated his 17th anniversary on the air, originally joined the Classic Rock station in April of 2002.
(By James Bahm) When creating advertising solutions for your clients, it's essential to keep your clients' customers in mind because everything in the creative must be from the target consumer's perspective. Here are three things to keep in mind...
Season 2 kicks off Friday at 9 a.m. Our goal with the show is to pick the brains of as many podcasting experts as we can, to help you develop a winning podcasting strategy. Our first guest will be Tom Webster from Edison Research. Check out Season 1 HERE.
Country Radio Broadcasters has announced the individuals who will serve on the 2019-2020 CRS Agenda Committee to plan for CRS 2020, set for Feb. 19-21, 2020.
The folks at Magellan identified 1,197 brands or products that advertised on the top 2,000 podcasts (in Apple) during the month of March. Here are the top 15...
KOA NewsRadio in Denver will broadcast a special one-hour program, “Columbine 20 Years Later: The Healing Continues,” hosted by KOA NewsRadio Managing Editor Jerry Bell and KOA News Director Kathy Walker to mark the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting.
It's time for you to make your nomination for Radio Ink's Best Program Directors in America list. In 2018, Jim Ryan (WCBS/WNEW), John Ivey (iHeart CHR President), Chris Conley (WLTW), Mark Chernoff (WFAN), and Thea Mitchem (WWPR) were some of the great programmers near the top of our list. Will we see new names in the mix this year? Make your nomination HERE.