What a difference a good rumor makes. Both The Wall Street Journal and Marketwatch are reporting that John Malone’s Liberty Media has asked the Justice Department for permission to buy a larger piece of iHeartMedia. That alone ignited iHeart shares on Friday, with more than 1 million shares traded on average volume of 330,140 by Noon ET.
Need to submit a FM commercial and noncommercial educational (NCE) minor change application with the Commission? You better hurry, because a short blackout period is on the way in connection to the Auction 106 "Form 175" application window.
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A Kentucky-based entity headed by the same person that leads Seven Mountains Media is growing again. This company is grabbing a Class A FM with a signal covering the state capital, and most of the area to the west of Lexington.
Historically, Saga Communications has been one of the radio industry's best performers on Wall Street, with positive analyst reviews. Now, the company led by Ed Christian is rewarding investors with another big dividend declaration.
Beasley Media Group is building out the leadership team for its recently created Beasley XP esports division by promoting its Wilmington, Del., VP/Market Manager to the new position of Director of Local Market Integrated Partnerships.
It hasn't been easy of late for Salem Media Group and its shareholders. On the bright side, they'll be getting a Q4 dividend. But, it's a lot smaller than the one awarded in Q2 by the media company focused on Christian-themed and conservative talk programming.
One of the two largest radio broadcasters in the United States said Tuesday that it plans to offer, subject to market conditions and other factors, $100 million in aggregate principal amount of its 6.500% senior secured second-lien notes due 2027. It's not iHeartMedia.
Want to stream your favorite broadcast radio station, but can't stand those long commercial breaks? Here's a mobile app from a firm that just changed its name from Clip Interactive that's guaranteed to get your company's attention — and that of your clients, too.
Just in time for the holidays, FM radio station owners that meet the required eligibility criteria and can provide documentation or other evidence to support their certification are now entitled to an initial reimbursement of expenses tied to the broadcast TV "repack" process.
From canned goods and toys to the familiar ring of the Salvation Army kettle bells and a torrent of mailed appeals, one thing is clear: This is the “giving-est” time of the year. For those in radio and television, there’s one charitable organization that hits especially close to home.
Take a look at the latest Media Monitors Spot Ten Radio report, and it's obvious that there are two big supporters of broadcast radio when it comes to their advertising plans. One is a venerable auto insurance specialist. Another is perhaps the year's biggest broadcast media client.
Broadcast media executive and avid mountain climber David Field, of Entercom, has something to celebrate: The company's stock is on track to finish at its highest point in four months. Will the momentum continue into 2020?
In what is being hailed as "a victory for songwriters" by one camp but could be a significant blow to several radio industry groups, the DOJ has asked a federal court to reject the Radio Music License Committee (RMLC)'s "attempts to misconstrue the laws that prohibit its illegal, price-fixing, cartel behavior."
That's a question asked Thursday by Insider Monkey, which notes that at the end of the third quarter, some 26 of the hedge funds it tracks held long positions in iHeartMedia stock. Which hedge funds were among the top holders of the stock, and which hedge funds were making big moves?