The Southern California Broadcasters Association has announced its new officers for the next two years. iHeart Los Angeles Division President Kevin LeGrett (pictured) takes over as Chair from Miles Sexton who took over as President from Thom Callahan. Here's the full 2021-2023 slate...
The Mentoring & Inspiring Women in Radio Group has extended the application window for the 2021 Mildred Carter Mentoring Program to Friday, February 5th. The initiative connects mentees with accomplished women recognized as leaders, mentors, and game-changers in radio.
KSFM-FM Sacramento Brand Manager and afternoon host Michael Buhrman adds Brand Manager duties at Entercom's sister station 106.5 The End (KUDL-FM). Burhman has been Brand Manager at KSFM since 2018.
Legendary WCBS Newsradio 880 reporter Rich Lamb is retiring after 50 years in the radio news business, 43 years with WCBS. Lamb started his broadcasting career in Michigan in 1970, working as an anchor and reporter at WEXL in Royal Oak, WNIC in Dearborn, and at WOMC in Detroit.
The Independent Broadcasters Association has selected Radio Workflow as it’s broadcasting platform of choice. The IBA has endorsed Radio Workflow as the preferred platform for broadcasters to manage the workflow of their traffic, billing, and production system.
Kim Gordon is moving to 890 WLS-AM from WGN in Chicago. Gordon will take over as Afternoon Drive News Anchor, the spot held by John Dempsey who retired in December 2020.
Dennis Worden is the new General Manager for McKibbin Media Group. Worden fills the GM position that has been open since the boating accident death of group owner Jamie McKibbin last November. Katina McKibbin has assumed the role of group President.
Westwood One has released new data about the resiliency of podcasting after partnering with Magellan AI to analyze podcast advertising occurrences from the top 400 podcasts. The goal was to see if advertisers were also growing their investments. Here's what they discovered...
Announcing it is restructuring with certain lenders to reduce its $267 million in debt, Alpha Media has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Company says it expects no disruption to operations and the current management will remain in place.