Kids missing out on the fun of Summer camp this COVID Summer will get a chance to virtually attend camp with some special camp counselors. iHeartMedia is bringing in some top names in music for a special four-week series.
To start of his show Tuesday, Rush Limbaugh told his millions of listeners that the current wave of treatment he's undergoing is kicking his behind. He said he's been worthless the last seven days and hasn't left his house. On January 20th Rush was diagnosed with advanced stage lung cancer.
Broadcast attorney David Oxenford says he's been getting a lot of questions from broadcasters about government officials who want to get messages on the air about the coronavirus. What if that message is voiced by a legally qualified candidate?
During our Facebook Live interview on Tuesday the team at Jake Sweeney Automotive in Cincinnati filled us in on how automotive sales are going for them, how they're selling vehicles these days and what their expectations are from radio. If you missed the interview you can watch on FACEBOOK or YOUTUBE.
Airing 68,382 commercials on radio stations across the country last week had the big box Home Improvement chain standing tall as radio's top advertiser for the week of May 18-24. Babbel jumped from 5th to 2nd with just under 62,000 spots, according to Media Monitors.
AdLarge Media has extended its ad sales agreement with True Crime podcast Crime Junkie, hosted by Ashley Flowers. Adlarge will also be working with Flowers to help her grow her audiochuck Network. Flowers is the executive producer for four additional shows.
News Talk 1290-KOIL in Omaha has a new program focusing on the "new normal" for businesses. The daily two-hour program will focus on everything local in Omaha, Nebraska and Council Bluffs, Iowa as businesses start to re-open and figure out how to go forward.
Stephanie Miller, the Crossover Media Group syndicated political talker, is hitting the virtual road for a comedy show tour. Stephanie Miller's Sexy Liberal Virtual Tour debuts Saturday, June 6.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The five station Cox Media Group, Tampa is hosting a Break the Stigma virtual walk Saturday, May 30.
The Philadelphia station will now be called "ALT 104.5, Philly’s Alternative Rock," moving on from its previous moniker "Radio 104.5." The station features a lineup of artists such as The Killers, Cage The Elephant, The Lumineers and Panic! At The Disco.