Who is a Legally Qualified Candidate?

Now that the presidential primary season is over, and Congress is getting ready to adjourn so its members can go home and start campaigning in earnest

The Next Generation of News Branding

For a lot of years local TV news has stayed away from more contemporary advertising tactics and stuck with tried and true creative campaigns born in the 80s and 90s.

Hispanic Radio Upfront

While most think of the annual Network Radio Upfront being held in September and October, the Hispanic Radio Upfront has been held in May, prior to the television upfronts.

Upping HD Radio signal strengths

The possible rulemaking proposal for increasing power on FM HD Radio signals: What does it mean at the station with engineering and costs involved?

Q4 ’07 trading: Radio takes the lead

For the first time in 2007, radio deals dominated a quarter. Over $1.7B was committed to radio station transactions in Q4, compared to only $622M invested in television stations.

Ad inventory systems companies surveyed

How are the different online radio and television transactional providers making dollars for stations? With the product offering changing rapidly with new functionalities and...

Wall Street woes: More of 2007 in 2008

The first quarter of 2008 was nothing to get excited about for broadcasting stocks, either radio or television. In short, it was more of...

Transmitter and programming considerations for HD Radio

In this Friday's Intel Brief consulting engineers Ed Bukont of Comm-Struction and Services and Marty Hadfield of The Hadfield Group discuss, respectively, the use...

WiFi Radios: getting your station out there-even more

One of the latest tech crazes is WiFi Radio-with all of the free WiFi Hot Spots, WiMax and just plain unprotected wireless internet clouds...

What the users say…

In today's Intel Brief on Traffic and Revenue Management Systems, we've gathered some quotes from radio and television traffic personnel responding to selected Traffic...

Dealing with tight credit; Part II

Our panelists turned to HD Radio, public companies going private and other front burner issues for broadcasters as the discussion continued.

Dealing with tight credit; Part I

In the 3rd Annual RBR/TVBR Financial Roundtable, the elephant in the room was the current tight credit market. But there are still deals being done.

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