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The Hispanic Radio Podcast is a weekly audio broadcast between 6 and 10 minutes in length, designed for busy executive and broadcast professionals who wish to learn more about the U.S. Hispanic audience, and how their company can take advantage of the strong ROI associated with bilingual, bicultural consumers who over-index on a multitude of things — including purchases.

Clark Smidt, who found success with Softrock 103 WEEI-FM in Boston some 40+ years ago, owns an AM in New Haven. Why?

The InFOCUS Podcast: Clark Smidt and WATX

Clark Smidt is selling spots, playing the hits of yesteryear and just launched a direct mail campaign to 7 "hot ZIPs" within the listening area of a New Haven-market AM left for dead by its previous owner. Is WATX a hobby, or is it an incubator designed to demonstrate why a licensee should never give up, and avoid turning in the license of a forlorn AM property? This InFOCUS Podcast has the answer. LISTEN HERE

What’s the Top InFOCUS Podcast Since Oct. 1?

The RBR+TVBR InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM, continues to attract new listeners. And, if you've never heard one of these audio reports hosted by Radio + Television Business Report Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson, now is your chance to tune in and catch up on what your peers have been listening to.

The InFOCUS Podcast: Jesse Foster

RBR+TVBR is presently welcoming the broadcast technology community to communicate directly with key decision makers across the radio and television businesses in our first-ever Winter 2021 Special Report. With this in mind, we chat with Multidyne executive Jesse Foster to learn more about what lies ahead in 2022 for the company in this InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM. LISTEN HERE

The InFOCUS Podcast: Chesley Maddox-Dorsey

In one week, on November 16, American Urban Radio Networks CEO Chesley Maddox-Dorsey will appear as the Moderator of a highly anticipated Forecast 2022 roundtable discussion. As a preview of what's to be shared, Maddox-Dorsey chats with Adam R Jacobson in this fresh InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.fm. LISTEN HERE

Podcast Audio Processing Software Comes From Omnia

Broadcast audio consortium Telos Alliance has brought to market Podcast Audio Processing Software. And, the company considers the OmniaTools offering to be an "enterprise-class toolset that gives podcasters everything they need to deliver listenable audio with a consistently prominent sound."

The InFOCUS Podcast: Brian Wieser, groupM

In this InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.fm, RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson chats with groupM's Brian Wieser in an exclusive conversation that serves as a precursor to a Forecast 2022 discussion on Broadcast Revenue Trends and Expectations for 2022. LISTEN HERE
Albert Rodriguez

The InFOCUS Podcast: Albert Rodriguez

SBS COO Albert Rodriguez shares his insight on how the Hispanic-focused multimedia company is seeing little slowdown from advertisers in this InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM. Rodriguez also chimes in on how an Audacy move in New York only validates SBS's role as a Hispanic component in a total market buy. LISTEN HERE
The FCC Seal

What’s The Forecast Now For A Full FCC?

With so many broadcast media proposals at the FCC and confirmation that the White House is giving Jessica Rosenworcel the official position as Chairwoman, what should radio and TV station C-Suite leaders keep their eyes on? A Forecast 2022 session picks up where a recent InFOCUS Podcast left off, with noted D.C. attorney Frank Montero moderating a panel you won't want to miss.
Mark Fratrik

The InFOCUS Podcast: Dr. Mark Fratrik, BIA

There's already chatter about what could come for the Rosenworcel Commission -- or, perhaps, what won't come. Ahead of his exclusive Forecast 2022 appearance, BIA Advisory Services SVP/Chief Economist Dr. Mark Fratrik shares his views on whether or not "regulatory burdens" seen under the Wheeler Commission could come back. Deregulation? Don't count on it, he says in this InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM. LISTEN HERE

Have You Heard The Top Five InFOCUS Podcasts?

The RBR+TVBR InFOCUS Podcast, hosted by RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson, this week taped its 161st episode. What are the five most-listened-to episodes offered to listeners since July 1? We take a look, and offer you to listen.

The InFOCUS Podcast: National Cybersecurity Alliance

In this InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM, Lisa Plaggemier, the interim Executive Director with the National Cybersecurity Alliance, offers important insight and intelligence on how to prevent a ransomware attack at your radio or TV station in an exclusive conversation. LISTEN HERE

The InFOCUS Podcast: Frank Montero

What's going on at the FCC? Who will the official Chair of the agency be? President Biden hasn't made a move, and it's perplexing to many in Washington — including noted attorney Frank Montero of Fletcher Heald & Hildreth. In this InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM, Montero offers a preview of a Forecast 2022 session poised to be a riveting one.
Scott McIntryre, BakerHostetler

The InFOCUS Podcast: Scott McIntyre, BakerHostetler

The latest InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.fm, expands on the Radio + Television Business Report’s coverage on October 6 of how a radio or television company should act when one of its high-profile employees becomes the subject of allegations that not only harm the individual, but could also damage the station they are associated with. LISTEN HERE
Anne Schelle, Managing Director of Pearl TV

The InFOCUS Podcast: Anne Schelle

Given the average price of a TV equipped with NEXTGEN TV capabilities, we just had to catch up with Pearl TV Managing Director Anne Schelle. Are consumers really coughing up more than $1,000 for a new set, and at an impressive rate of new TV set sales? Schelle shares all in this fresh InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM. LISTEN HERE

The InFOCUS Podcast: Keith Pelletier

A change in how FM broadcast antenna manufacturers validate directional pattern studies could be just months away, depending on how the FCC acts. In this InFOCUS Podcast, presented by dot.FM, Dielectric VP/GM Keith Pelleiter explains what this means in layman's terms, so all in the C-Suite understand the big benefits. LISTEN HERE
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