Steve Klauke

Utah Fans Mourn The Death of Beloved Sportscaster Steve Klauke

Utah sports radio broadcaster Steve Klauke has passed away at 69 following an auto-pedestrian accident. Klauke had recently retired after 29 seasons with the Salt Lake Bees. Beyond baseball, he was also the voice for Weber State football and men's basketball.
Rachel McGrath

Rachel McGrath To Give Guide to Radio Imaging Success

Renowned radio voiceover talent Rachel McGrath is going to share the lowdown on station imaging in a Thursday webinar with Benztown and P1 Media Group. Getting the Most From Your Station Imaging Voice will feature everything from copywriting to AI.
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FCC Tightens Disclosure Rules for Foreign-Sponsored Airtime

The FCC has voted 3-2 to introduce new rules that mandate broadcasters to verify that airtime lessees are not affiliated with foreign governments. This move comes after a previous set of regulations was overturned by a federal appeals court in July 2022.
Jemma Rose Brown

Signal Awards Name On Air Fest’s Jemma Rose Brown As GM

The Signal Awards announced the appointment of former On Air Fest Co-Creator Jemma Rose Brown as its new General Manager. Brown brings over a decade of experience to the role, ensuring the awards' mission to celebrate and promote podcasting excellence.
Renee DiNino

The River 105.9’s Renee DiNino To Retire From Hartford Radio

Renee DiNino, who has spent nearly two decades in Hartford, CT radio with The River 105.9, has announced she will retire at the end of the month. The Connecticut native hosts middays, and has also served as WHCN's Community Access Director.
Mike McVay

Zach Bryan and the Music Audience

(By Mike McVay) Zach Bryan is one of the most unique artists I’ve heard in a long while, so I took notice when he recently went off on social media expressing his displeasure over one of his songs being crossed to the Pop format.
John Shomby

That First Impression Better Be Good

(By John Shomby) It’s been said that you never get a second chance to make a good first impression. The first time is the only time. I recently experienced how true that is after a vacation stay in Destin, Florida. I was left with three very distinct impressions.
Buzz Knight

Growth Vs. Retention – Part 1

(By Buzz Knight) I’ve observed something in the podcast sector that is also critical for traditional radio. It seems that every time you pick up a batch of followers, and a few drop off. For the next two columns, I want to focus on growth versus retention strategies.
John Fix Brad Kelley RMSS

‘Radio Guy’ Turns Radio Consultant: John Fix Shares Strategy

John Fix, best known as Procter & Gamble's "radio guy" from his eight years as a media analyst for the company, has now started his next chapter. Entering the consultancy world, Fix hopes to help radio from the other side and has shared his 5-Question Framework.
Triton Digital

Triton Digital Opens Fourth European Office With Paris Expansion

In order to enhance relationships with European publishers following its 2023 acquisition of Manadge, a France-based programmatic advertising platform, Triton Digital has announced the opening of a new office in Paris.

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