Report: Carton Could Return By Fall, Host Herman Cain Hospitalized
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Radio Headlines For Monday 07-06-20
Plymouth Gathering, the licensee for LPFM station KELS-LP in Greeley, Colorado (Pirate 104.7), is being accused of airing over 1,600 ads over 3 months in 2018. LPFM's are allowed to mention contributors but they are not allowed to run full-blown commercials. [read more]
Sports Talker Craig Carton could be back on the air in October, according to a report in The New York Daily News. Carton was recently released from prison early after serving one year of his 3 1/2 year sentence for his role in a Ponzi scheme. [read more]
Radio host and former presidential candidate Herman Cain has been hospitalized and is being treated for COVID-19. Cain was admitted to an Atlanta area hospital last week. [read more]
BIA Advisory Services is hosting a webinar focusing on current radio opportunities and planning for 2021. U.S. Local Radio: State of the Industry Now and 2021 is set for Tuesday July 14. [read more]
(By Stephanie Winans) “Marketing in a pandemic.” From appropriate messaging to budget and bandwidth stressors, how should you market your stations and shows. Here are four marketing tips for surviving the COVID-19 crisis. [read more]
(By Bob McCurdy) I have been retired for two and a half months now and have had some time for reflection. I still stay on top of the various trades so I have not been totally out of touch in pursuit of relic status. [read more]
(By Loyd Ford) We all know that this is a “special” year, but in radio every year can have a crisis or two. Tuning up your crisis management is never a bad idea. So how do you handle a crisis in 2020? [read more]
(By Buzz Knight) On this final edition of our series “The Future of Audio” we check in with one of the leading international Radio Consultants Phil Dowse. [read more]
(Yaman Coskun) This was my closing statement at the end of our national Creative Vaccine event hosted by the RAB recently. It was attended by hundreds of sellers, managers and programmers. I felt compelled to share it with those who could not attend.... [read more]
Townsquare Media’s New Jersey 101.5 (WKXW-FM) is presenting the latest in a series of Town Hall broadcasts to help New Jersey residents and businesses dealing with the COVID-19. The program is set for Wednesday July 8. [read more]
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Did the licensee of a low-power FM radio station serving Greeley, Colo., violate FCC rules by promoting products, services or businesses? That's what the Enforcement Bureau says, as it has issued a Notice of Apparent Liability against a purveyor of Oldies music branded as "Pirate Radio." To get your RBR TVBR Headlines go here!  
A Florida based senior living company is offering up an internet radio station for Senior Citizens. Radio Recliner was started by and for a Bridge Senior Living facility in the Orlando area. [read more]
South Florida radio fans will remember George “Jorge” Rodriguez, the producer for WQAM-AM host Neil Rogers. Rodriguez passed away Friday morning, according to his daughter. Rodriguez had been keeping the memory of Rogers alive for years with a Neil Rogers Facebook page. [read more]
Stephens Media Group has named Mike McCoy as the new Operations Manager in Rochester, NY. The cluster includes Soft AC Warm 101.3 WRMM-FM, Alternative 94.1 The Zone WZNE-FM, and Adult Hits Fickle 93.3 WFKL-FM. [read more]
iHeartMedia Youngstown has taken the wraps off the new Real 95.9, branded as REAL Hip Hop and R&B. WAKZ was CHR 95.9 KISS-FM. [read more]
With the challenges that broadcasters are facing regarding employment and management of staff, remaining engaged while working remotely, this year’s survey includes specific questions about how COVID-19 is impacting sales teams at stations across America. [read more]
This is Abby Goldstein at KVLU in Beaumont, Texas back in 1986 where she started her radio career. Here Abby is hosting Late Night Jazz. 91.3 KVLU is a non-com licensed to Lamar University and serves the eastern part of the Gulf Coast from Houston to Lake Charles. Send your Blast From The Past photo to [read more]
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