Compass/Townsquare Content Offer

Six new syndicated weekend shows are being launched by Compass Media Networks. The new shows are weekend versions of successful weeknight shows produced by Townsquare Media.

Hold That Thought

(By Rick Fink) Have you ever been in the middle of a conversation and you, or someone says, “Hold on" or "Hang on to that thought”? Sure, you have.

Qualitative-Is There a Right Approach?

(By Marc Greenspan) What is the best way to position your station using qualitative data? There are two basic qualitative estimates: target persons and composition. Which one should you use?

Using Radio Silver Bullets To Grow Revenue

(By Loyd Ford) We hear it all the time. Local sellers and sales managers are looking for the silver bullet for boosting sales. Local business owners are always looking for new customers. At the same time, they are not always looking for you.

NYPR Creates New Position

New York Public Radio's Jerome L. Greene Performance Space now has an Executive Director. Kristina Newman-Scott has been appointed to the newly created position.

BSM Summit Line-Up Grows

Four more sports media notables have been added to the 2022 BSM speaker schedule. The Barrett Sports Media event is set for March in New York City.

Van Horne Says No

Dave Van Horne, the radio voice of the Miami Marlins for the past 21 years, has turned down the team's offer to call a limited number of games. Over the past two decades Van Horne has called more than eight-thousand games.

Silver Anniversary JazzRadio Berlin

The only 24/7 FM Jazz radio station in Germany just turned 25. JazzRadio Berlin, has not lost a day of broadcasting in 25 years.

Leaders Lead from the Front

(By Mike McVay) The title of this article, “Leaders Lead from the Front”, is attributed to several brilliant military leaders having said it. What it means is that you’re where the battle is taking place, or in the case of business, where business begins.

L.A. Radio Legend Dead at 87

Legendary KABC Radio and Los Angeles Talk Radio Personality Michael Jackson died Saturday peacefully at his home in Los Angeles. Jackson’s radio career spanned five decades. He worked at KABC for 32 years (1966-1998).

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