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Radio Headlines For Monday 06-15-20
Reporting $57.7 million in revenue in Q1, Beasley Media Group, which owns 64 stations in 15 large and medium markets, was hit hard by the coronavirus crisis which forced business to close across the country. [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]
Baltimore police say an arrest warrant has been issued for 56-year old Richard Green (pictured). They say he's wanted in the killing of WEAA-FM host Tyra Womack who was killed last Wednesday in a shooting. [read more]
Wisconsin Public Radio is dropping its longtime weekend broadcasts of old-time radio shows from the 1930s to the 1960s. They say they are unable to find any shows without offensive content. [read more]
(By Jeff McHugh) As a lifelong fan and coach of media personalities, I am sad when talented people shoot their career in the foot. I wrote an article beginning with those words in 2017. Blending those ideas with some new advice, here's a 2020 update... [read more]
(By Charlie Sislen) After a fast shutdown, the U.S. economy, and hopefully your market, is slowly opening back up. This means that a portion of the population will be opening up their wallets and relieving their pent-up desire to buy products and services. [read more]
(By Bob McCurdy) Do we prefer investing our money with a financial advisor who knows more or less about the market? A doctor who knows more or less about their specialty? A professor who knows more or less about a subject? [read more]
(By Loyd Ford) In today’s world, radio personalities have to consistently build their value, value the local politics of their cluster and they should still put significant effort into building their personality brand. [read more]
Wichita Police have charged 43-year-old Ray Watkins with involuntary manslaughter in the death of 70-year old Entercom host Don Hall (pictured). [read more]
One year after launch, Ramsey Network’s program “The Ken Coleman Show” is now heard on 50 stations, including stations in Chicago, Seattle, Las Vegas, Denver and Cleveland. [read more]
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"We're in business to help your business grow." That's the brand promise associated with Zimmer Communications, the owner of nine Mid-Missouri radio stations. Now, Zimmer appears to be intent on growing. It's doing due diligence on a possible deal.  Get the full story now with the FREE RBR+TVBR Afternoon Headlines e-mail. To get it, click here!  

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Max Media is bringing financial news radio to the Norfolk-Virginia Beach area Monday, June 15. Money Talk 1310 /100.9 Money Talk will carry a variety of syndicated financial news and talk shows. [read more]
iHeart media is moving Indy/Louisville PD, DJ Loui Vee to Atlanta. He takes over as PD at 105.3 The Beat. [read more]
Starting Monday June 15 Delilah will be back on the air in St. Louis. The Premiere Radio Networks syndicated host will be heard on 102.5 KEZK-FM Sunday - Friday 7 PM to Midnight. [read more]
Our latest Blast From The Past comes from Elliot Mass while working at KUSC-FM, the college radio station at The University of Southern California back in 1969. The station was in the old projecter room above the Bovard Hall auditorium and did not have air conditioning. Send your Blast From The Past photo to [read more]
Are you hearing things about your market? Let us investigate. Radio Ink Magazine is the only 28-year-old trade magazine in the radio industry. That's the result of a lot of trust over those years. Send all news tips in total confidence, and any other station news to Radio Ink Editor Ed Ryan at [read more]

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