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  • Voice of the Jazz
    Hail to Hot Rod Hundley, the greatest basketball announcer ever (1934-2015)
    His passing on Fri. March 27 was hard to fathom. As a kid, all you wanted to do was hippity-hop on down to the Salt Palace. All you wanted more than anything in the world was to hear his voice even if he came in grainy over KSL Radio on your...
  • TRS 24/7
    If You Are Not Where You Want To Be - Get Moving!
    Many of us have dreams and goals. Sometimes it just takes that extra push to get us from point A to point X. If you are a musician and need help building your brand, TRS 24/7 PR can help. Have you had exclusive radio interviews or television...
  • The Hindenburg explosion
    TV still can't beat radio's greatest moments
    TV battled radio long ago and won. There is no competition between the two. People love to listen to radio stations when they are driving, but they turn on the TV when they get home.People enjoy watching dialogue take place. They like to see the...
  • Radio show 'Your Neighborhood Council' airs Sunday
    Radio show ‘Your Neighborhood Council’ broadcasts on Sundays
    Former Studio City Neighborhood Council board member Brandon Pender is kicking off a radio show to discuss neighborhood issues throughout the city. It airs on Sundays on KRLA 870 AM from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The show can also be listened to live on...
  • Rush Limbaugh
    Rush Limbaugh to be dropped by WLS-AM radio story denied by Cumulus
    UPDATE: By midday Thursday, Cumulus was denying that Rush Limbaugh's radio show in Chicago will be taken off the air in the Windy City. Robert Feder, the source of the story, maintains that persons at WLS-AM have said the show will be off by...
  • Dennis Higgins
    Tulsa Drillers back on AM 1430 The Buzz this season
    While a lot has changed for the Tulsa Drillers this offseason, one thing has not … the place where Driller fans can follow their team, at home or on the road.The Drillers have announced that the team's radio broadcasts this season will...
  • Christopher O'Riley
    Christopher O'Riley brings "From the Top" back to San Francisco
    Christopher O’Riley has pursued one of the most eclectic classical careers in recent decades, performing a wide range of material on stage and disc and hosting the nationally syndicated “From the Top” radio program.Given that, it...
  • Lone Ranger & Tonto
    Kemo Sabe, who was that masked man?
    On January 30, 1933, the term “Kemo Sabe” (faithful friend) was heard for the first time when broadcasts of The Lone Ranger began on radio station WXYZ in Detroit. The Lone Ranger was based on a fictional former Texas Ranger who wore a...
  • Radio TV News Associations Golden Mike Winners NBCLA 4 News
    Radio TV News Assn. Golden Mike winners often use social media for breaking news
    If they were not exchanging business cards they were tweeting and posting their favorite photos on social networks at the 65th Annual Golden Mike Awards, Radio TV News Association (RTNA) Saturday (Jan 24, 2015). Social Media used to be an option,...
  • Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner
    'Rock Thiz Magazine' to feature figure skating champion Tai Babilonia
    "Rock Thiz Magazine" is one of the ways that multiple talent get their voices heard in images and by the written word. Its president and founder is Lisa Snyder. Sherri Emily is the magazine's editor, graphic designer, and contributor...
  • Radio
    Radio wins over digital when discovering new music
    With the sheer amount of ways to discover and listen to music digitally, such as YouTube, Pandora, and more, it may be surprising to learn that new studies released by Nielsen indicate that radio still dominates when finding music. The latest...
  • Oprah: Sirius channel gone, much to the shock and chagrin of her fans everywhere
    Oprah Sirius channel: Radio listeners want answers from a 'gone' Oprah Winfrey
    Why did Oprah’s Sirius channel suddenly disappear this week? Where did the iconic Oprah Winfrey go in the process? Several insiders are alleging that the popular radio program has simply vanished, and many listeners want answers explaining...
  • The Soul of Enterprise
    Interview: Libertarian Ed Kless on the Soul of Enterprise
    Longtime North Texas libertarian activist Ed Kless is more than the current Chair of the Collin County Libertarian Party; since July he has been a radio talk show host on the VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network's Business Channel.His show, co...
  • Legendary Urban Radio Executive Kernie L. Anderson
    Legendary Urban Radio Executive Kernie L. Anderson Dead at 74
    Urban radio lost one of their legendary leaders on Saturday, December 20 when broadcast executive Kernie L. Anderson died at age 74. He was retired after serving over 30 years as a Vice President or General Manager of radio stations, in various...
  • San Jose, the birthplace of broadcasting
    San Jose, the birthplace of broadcasting
    “Doc” Herrold and “The Little Hams.” It doesn’t sound like the groundbreaking beginning of modern electronic entertainment. But it was.A Stanford astronomy and physics dropout, Charles “Doc” Herrold...
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