American Women in Radio & Television (AWRT) has announced the 2010 winners of the 35th Annual Gracie Awards. National award winners will be presented...
As most know, Friday night was a mess for DC-area residents from the colossal storm that hit. Some
The writer of a piece put forth by Minnesota Public Radio took the 2012 election as a starting point and wrote a satire speculating...
The New York Times is building a podcast unit this week.
Revenue, income growth seen as COO Liberman earns presidential stripes; Entercom buys Buenos Aires-based digital marketing solutions firm
Don't think for a minute that Democratic FCC Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Mignon Clyburn had the backing of multicultural broadcasting companies with respect to the soon-to-die Main Studio Rule enacted in 1939. The Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC) on Tuesday immediately responded to the Commission's 3-2 party-line vote to kill the rule by offering its congratulations.
USTN continues to distance itself from its recent financial troubles under its previous Australian owner by selecting a COO. It's an individual who has had previous leadership roles at Westwood One and at Shadow Broadcast Services/Metro Networks.
Beasley Media Group has bumped up its Regional Engineering Director and Corporate Project Manager to the role of VP/Engineering.
For a generation of New York radio listeners, Larry Berger served as the man behind the scenes of a radio station that, through two different eras, was a revered leader -- even when buffoonery from Scott Shannon at this station's crosstown rival came in to play. Berger died Sept. 25; word of Berger's death reached the radio industry late Thursday via the New York Radio Message Board.
Beasley Media Group's recently launched eSports division has selected its first VP of Strategic Partnerships. In doing so, the publicly traded radio broadcasting company seeking to branch out beyond its core assets has lured the founder and CEO of Go Media Detroit, a digital media ad agency in the Motor City.
In 2006, this individual joined Cox Media Group's Houston cluster as an account executive. Today, she's now leading the sales efforts for all of the company's radio stations in Jacksonville.
A New York-based data analytics company that measures the impact of TV advertising on consumer behavior has named a Chief Revenue Officer and, at the same time, appointed a SVP of Product Management.
Chicago media personality Bruce Wolf has left the airwaves and returned to practicing law. He is well known for his appearances on both radio and television over the course of many years — including stints with two TV stations and two radio stations serving the Windy City.
Since January 2013, Allyson Meyers has served as VP/GM for the FOX owned-and-operated TV stations serving Orlando and nearby Gainesville. On Thursday, staff at the three stations learned via an internal memo that she has resigned.
The man appointed Chairman of the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame in 2007 has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Broadcasters Foundation of America. He's been associated with such trade publications as Publishers Weekly and Variety.