Listeners across the country can now get a free taste of iHeartRadio's two new on-demand services: iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access. The official launch of the products will be in January, but iHeartRadio app users will have an opportunity to sample the two new products over the next 30 days. iHeart hopes being able to save songs from live radio, replay them at will and have unlimited skips will give the company an advantage over all other streaming companies now in this space. The question is will consumers pay $5 or $10 per month for those features?
(By Laurie Kahn) Many of us remember the style of interviews that were done in the ‘90s and early 2000s: Tell them how hard the job is and try to scare them away; if they come back, consider hiring them. Unfortunately, even with a tight labor market, many managers are still scaring away people who could be solid candidates and potentially successful in sales.
(By Tracy Johnson) Tracy Johnson is president and CEO of the Tracy Johnson Media Group. We stockpiled your questions, shipped them off to Tracy, and he delivered the kind of information you’re going to want to print out and tape to your studio window.
The overnight show is hosted by Jon Grayson, and Westwood confirms the syndicated version of the program will be history January 1.
After a 10-year run, Al Peterson is closing down the newsletter and website he publishes that focus on News, Talk, and Sports. The final editions of NTS MediaOnline Today, and NTS MediaOnline Monthly will be Friday, December 16.
After six months of searching for a PD, Entercom decided to hire from within at Sports Radio WEEI. Current WEEI APD Joe Zarbano (pictured) has been named PD replacing Kevin Graham, who left last spring.
WYCD-FM Detroit afternoon co-host Rob Stone spearheaded a station fundraiser to help the family of fallen Wayne State Police Officer Collin Rose. With the help of PD Tim Roberts, here's what they were able to accomplish...
The station's Kat Country Jam raised over $11,000 to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Here's How...
It's one of the biggest events at the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville. The five chosen artists have all achieved significant success on Country radio during a qualification period and they'll perform in front of an industry- and radio-filled room. Here's the lineup...
Sun Broadcast Group will now sell and syndicate Little Steven’s Underground Garage. The show, heard on over 80 stations, was previously syndicated by USRN.