iHeartMedia has promoted Katie Hoyt to Market President for the company's 6-station cluster in Salisbury. Hoyt most recently served as the Senior Vice President of Sales for the Salisbury market.
Stations Saga Communications owns in Ithaca, Charlottesville, Clarksville, Harrisonburg, and Springfield have all added the Markley, Van Camp & Robbins Show. The Compass Media syndicated program now has 120 news-talk affiliates across the country.
It's called THE RUN: 2016 CHICAGO CUBS. It's the first original podcast developed between Audacy and Major League Baseball. The show looks at the Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series campaign.
Classic Rock 102.9 WMGK-FM Philadelphia will broadcast its 1,000th episode of 'Breakfast with the Beatles', September 26. Andre Gardner has hosted the two hour weekly show for 20 years.
Four new weekly shows on race relations, culture, business, politics, law and medicine have been added to the channel. The new Sunday lineup debuts September 26.
Because of COVID concerns; health, travel/tourism and government related activities have been impacted over the last 18 months. The Radio Show was cancelled as a result of these concerns.
Benztown President Dave 'Chachi' Denes' latest podcasts feature a couple News/Talk and Sports radio programmers. Valerie Geller consults on talk radio while Bruce Gilbert helps program major market sports stations.
Ellen Pompeo, star of ABC’s long-running hit series Grey’s Anatomy will host her first ever podcast. 'Tell Me with Ellen Pompeo' will invite her guests to tell her what motivates and inspires them, how they arrived at their body of work, their art, their book, or whatever they're working on.
Melissa Galliani has joined Wine Country Radio as General Manager. Most recently Melissa was VP of Sales for Cumulus Media, San Francisco.
Radio Ink President and Publisher Deborah Parenti honored superstar Emilio Estefan with the Medallas de Cortez Distinguished Leadership Award at the Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference in Miami last night. The 19-time Grammy Award winner thanked radio for playing the music and artists he helped develop and called the United States the greatest country in the world.