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WASHINGTON -- The 2010 Radio Show will feature a series of sessions designed specifically for radio engineers and broadcasters interested in learning about radio from a technology perspective, show organizers announced today. The sessions will be held September 29 - October 1 during the 2010 Radio Show at the Grand Hyatt Washington hotel in Washington, D.C.

The three-day program will include panel sessions with industry experts who will answer ...

Mays Will Continue as Chairman; Search for New CEO Underway

SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Clear Channel Communications, Inc. today announced that Mark P. Mays has decided to step down from his role as President and Chief Executive Officer and has asked the Board of Directors to initiate a search for his replacement. Mays will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors and will remain actively involved with the company in that c...

Gregg's & The In-Laws

Gregg's In-Law's are in town staying with him and his wife. They are Latvian and don't speak ANY English at all. Sue and Freddy and MANY listeners have been having a ball at his expense. From the pre-arrival count-down to Gregg's surrender to the obligatory Boston "tourist" excursions - "The Freedom Trail" - "The Boston Duck Boat Tour". This was SUCH a relatable topic it generated so many calls and off-shoot s...


Nearly Seven Million More People Listen to RADAR Network Affiliated Stations Compared To Last Year

COLUMBIA, MD; June 15, 2010 – Radio reaches more than 239 million Persons aged 12 and older over the course of a typical week, according to the RADAR® 105 National Radio Listening Report, which releases Monday, June 21, 2009.

Since the December 2007 RADAR 95 report, the RADAR national radio listening estimates and network radio audience reports h...

HEY STARZ--GETTIN' BORED......RIC IN ALBANY....JOB LEAD?
CALL 518-588-0505..    ricmitchell@aol.com
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HEY STARZ--FUNNY...GOT FIRED BUT 2 LOCAL COMMUNITIES...

asked me to MC 2 of the biggest local events in the Region....guess
longevity is satisfying--especially since they aced out the station that
canned me.....
but, it's time to look ahead....may get something local but looking around......

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KMUD-FM in Garberville, in northern California's Humboldt County regularly broadcasts pending raids on the local marijuana crops, to warn the growers.  The community radio station has been doing it for years, but the Sheriff and other law enforcement officials say they want it stopped. For whatever reason, there has been a step up in raids and the sheriff says they are running into armed dealers and he's afraid the alerts could get officers...
Clear Channel Radio's Total Traffic Network (CCTTN) and INRIX(R) today announced the first traffic broadcast to include predictive traffic information. The companies also announced they've extended their relationship through 2015.

Called Total Traffic HD Plus, Clear Channel Radio's HD Radio(TM) data service provides the industry with a faster, better-quality and less expensive alternative to satellite-based approaches. Total Traffic HD Plus goe...


WASHINGTON -- The National Association of Broadcasters today released a statement mourning the loss of Robert "Bob" V. Doll, who passed away on June 1 in San Antonio. Doll boasted a 59-year career in the radio business, working as disc jockey, manager, owner and consultant for radio stations throughout the Midwest. He launched the Small Market Radio Newsletter in 1983, and continued to contribute to the publication after selling it in 1993.

Co...

Q1 RECORD REVENUE GROWTH SHOWS BROAD SIGNS OF STRENGTH AS KEY ADVERTISER SECTORS SPEND MORE IN RADIO

NATIONAL SPOT & DIGITAL SPENDING REGISTER HIGHEST GAINS

New York, New York – May 21, 2010 – Reflecting growing signs that the U.S. economy is back, Radio delivers its best results in quarter-to-quarter revenue comps since Q1 2007 with a +6% overall increase to $3.687B. In fact, this gain represents the highest posted in nearly a decade (3rd-Qua...


Will Lead Next Stage of Digital Growth at Emmis Stations

INDIANAPOLIS, May 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Angie May Cook has been named to the newly created role of Vice President, Emmis Digital, and will be responsible for driving digital revenue growth and innovation throughout the Emmis Communications station portfolio (NASDAQ:EMMS) . Angie has spent much of her career developing winning interactive programs for advertisers and managing di...