One of the radio broadcasting industry's most exclusive and important annual events, known as "Radio's Financial Summit," has secured one of the most important individuals in the U.S. marketing and advertising industry as this year's Co-Chair.
Could this be the start of a trend as viewing habits shift and digitally delivered video is now grabbing more screen time than television -- as shown in the Mary Meeker report? 3 Rivers Communications is cutting the cord for its subscribers.
The first regular feature will air June 18 on the Westwood One-syndicated program. It sees gaming "legend" Paul “Redeye” Chaloner join the host on his show on a weekly basis, chatting about gaming news, current standings, and new releases.
Brian Wieser became well-known as a prolific Senior Analyst at Pivotal Research Group. He's now at GroupM, which has released a report that suggests many in charge of media buying and planning are aligned with Wieser on why TV isn't a great place for their ad dollars.
The Advanced Television Systems Committee has honored Adam Goldberg as the 2019 recipient of the organization’s highest technical honor, the Bernard J. Lechner Outstanding Contributor Award.
On May 8, the FCC released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking pertaining to the assessment and collection of regulatory fees for fiscal year 2019. It seems there was an error of sorts, and an Erratum was released today. It adds three dozen TV stations to the fee list.
A Little Rock-based division of Media Gateway providing ways for stations to produce local newscasts in their markets in a high-tech and "cost-effective" way has been...
With WRQX's end, along with that of New York sibling WPLJ-FM, questions abound as to whether any entity other than the stations' buyer could have swooped in to buy the properties. One broker believes the answer in this case is no. The FCC could change this paradigm.
For the MMTC, putting a stop to media ownership rule changes that would open the doors to further consolidation has become a key task for the lobbying group led by Maurita Coley. Reply comments filed with the FCC suggest a cable rule should extend to broadcast TV.
If it were up to the NAB, one company could theoretically own every AM station in a market of any size. It's also the chief architect behind a plan to allow one entity to own every FM in a market ranked No. 75 and under. The NAB is doubling down on this argument.
Music promotion and delivery service Play MPE has launched the latest version of its full-service mobile app. The app, available now for iOS and Android, gives promotional professionals and other key tastemakers access to new releases from labels big and small, plus artists themselves.
The "Preventing Illegal Radio Abuse Through Enforcement Act" on Wednesday cleared the Senate Commerce Committee, setting the stage for a full vote in the Upper Body of Congress. If passed, more FCC firepower against unlicensed radio station operators will be had.
Who knew in 2008 that wireless internet technology would be an essential way of life for millions of Americans? WiFi is now two decades old, and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai remarked on WiFi's past, present and future on Tuesday at the Wi-Fi World Congress 2019 in Northern Virginia.
The House of Representatives on Feb. 25 passed the “PIRATE Act.” The House in 2018 did the same thing. But, it’s ultimately up to the U.S. Senate to decide if the legislation makes it way into law. That now may finally come, thanks to the Senate Commerce Committee.
Flo and Jaime, "the No. 2 number one employee," may have an office party to start planning. Progressive Insurance has been selected to receive the 2019 Radio Mercury Awards "Radio Marketer of the Year" Award.