Beasley Media Groups New Jersey area stations are stocking their merchandise sites with items to benefit the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund. "New Jersey Stands Together" and "Jersey Shore Stands Together" items are being featured on the sites of six group stations.
Three appointments have been made to the NAB Radio Board of Directors. The appointments of Mike Hulvey, Jesus Lara and Greg Davis are effective at the beginning of the June Board meeting.
Two days of virtual entertainment is being planned through a partnership with iHeartMedia Chicago's 107.5 WGCI and the City of Chicago. The holiday Memorial Day weekend event will encourage residents to stay home while still enjoying themselves even with the COVID restrictions.
Colorado Public Radio's Spring Membership Drive will help feed more than 4,000 families for a week. The just concluded drive raised more than $550,000 from more than 4400 donors.
(By Buzz Knight) Today, we begin a new series of interviews with industry thought leaders on The Future of Audio. First up Fred Jacobs, the founder of Jacobs Media.
With its stock price now in the low single digits, thanks to the coronavirus crisis that has drastically reduced ad spending across the country, the Cumulus Board of Directors has adopted a "shareholder rights plan" to prevent a "creeping change of control" in the company.
With stations in New York, South Carolina and Florida the folks at Community Broadcasters have seen it all. President Jim Leven fills us in on had bad the revenue hit was, how May and June are looking and whether the company plans to make any permanent changes as a result of lessons learned from the past two months. LISTEN
Entravision was named a top workplace for 2020 by The Denver Post. The list is based on anonymous employee feedback.
Colorado Broadcasters Association President Justin Sasso has written a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai asking the FCC to reconsider raising its regulatory fees in 2020. Sasso says the coronavirus situation has caused serious hardships at radio stations around the country and raising fees at this time would make things even worse.
Following the breakup of Brooke and Jubal Iliad Media Group's KWYD-FM in Boise has launched a new local morning show. It's called Fast In the Morning featuring Nathan & Rebecca Fast.