Some 26 Entercom spoken word radio stations will continue to receive business and consumer news supplied by Key Networks-affiliated Bloomberg Radio, thanks to a new agreement signed by the audio media entities.
The deal includes such all-News stations as WINS-AM in New York, KNX-AM in Los Angeles, and WBBM-AM & WCFS-FM in Chicago — all former CBS Radio stations.
It extends a relationship that dates “several years,” Key Networks notes.
In addition to news content, Bloomberg Radio provides live, customized reports, Bloomberg Money Minutes, and Bloomberg specialty features including Bloomberg Business of Sports, Green Report, Small Business Report, Real Estate Report, and similarly themed vignettes.
Other Entercom stations that will continue airing Bloomberg Radio content are:
- WPHT-AM in Philadelphia
- KCBS-AM & KFRC-FM in San Francisco
- KRLD-AM in Dallas
- WJFK-FM in Washington, D.C.
- WWJ-AM in Detroit
- WCCO-AM in Minneapolis
- KDKA-AM in Pittsburgh
- KMOX-AM in St. Louis
- WTIC-AM in Hartford
- KXNT-AM in Las Vegas
- WBEN-AM in Buffalo
- WRNL-AM & WRVA-AM in Richmond
Key Networks Chief Revenue Officer Dennis Green notes, “This partnership brings Bloomberg-created content to listeners and advertisers and we look forward to building on this successful partnership with Entercom.”