Nexstar gets Tribune, with some conflicts to resolve - Two months after Hurricane Michael, a conversation with iHeart's Charlie Wooten about how his Panama City, Florida cluster weathered the storm, and how other stations can learn from the experience - Anniversary reunion for New Jersey's WPSC
In this week's edition: The call no station owner wants to get: WHGL's Mike Powers talks about the snowplow accident that took down his FM tower right after Thanksgiving - Sports talk grows on FM, even as NBC Sports Radio exits fulltime programming - And more!
In Boston, iHeart swaps airshifts for its WRKO talk hosts - Retirement for a local radio stalwart, Ron Galley, after 47 years at WDLA in Walton, New York; we drop in for a chat - A conversation with Buffalo Broadcasting Hall of Famer Tom Langmyer. After managing big stations such as KMOX, WGN and WTMJ, he's starting his own small-market ownership group, and we've got all the details!
Entercom changes brands on its new acquisition, WBEB Philadelphia (and is there more to come in that busy market?) - Conversations from the Radio Show with Jeff Williams of Yellowtec and Don Backus of Rohde & Schwarz
WLNG is sold...what's in store for its new owners (see our 2017 visit here) - "War of the Worlds" remembered in NYC, Buffalo (see the AES presentation from New York here) - Remembering Barry Lunderville - Red Sox win! - A conversation with Relevant Radio "Morning Air" host John Harper - More on the 2019 Tower Site Calendar
We're on the floor at the joint Audio Engineering Society and NAB New York shows in New York City - Vox buys two more in Burlington - More on Powell Broadcasting's exit from storm-ravaged Panama City, Florida - A conversation with disaster recovery expert Howard Price of MediaDisasterPrep.com
Broadcasters brace for Hurricane Michael - The FCC requests comments on a proposal to reduce skywave coverage protection for class A AM stations - A conversation with Nautel's Gary Liebisch (right) as he gets ready to retire - Getting ready for the AES Show and NAB New York next week
Florence leaves the Carolinas drenched; how did broadcasters fare? - Mets move from iHeart's WOR to Entercom's WCBS - LA Kings go streaming-only - Call change in Philly - We head to the Radio Show in Orlando - and more
Radio gets ready for Florence to make landfall - Our summer travels take us to WBZ's studio move in Boston - Tower Site Calendar 2019 is almost ready for your mailbox! - We talk with Mike (Kerr) McCabe as he makes a big move from western New York to iHeart on the New Hampshire seacoast - And more!
We catch up with RadioInsight editor/publisher Lance Venta, just back from the Podcast Movement convention in Philadelphia, for a wide-ranging conversation about Scripps' WTMJ/WKTI sale in Milwaukee, Cox's attempts to spin off local TV, Univision/Cumulus and more.
In this week's edition: Cox seeks TV station partner (or sale?) - We analyze the sale of Philadelphia's WBEB and spinoff of WXTU to Beasley - More sounds from the NAB Show: a conversation with Gates Air's Mark Goins about new transmitter technology
In this week’s edition: CBS Radio’s “NEW” New York format – Studio moves in NYC, Boston – A conversation with Hubbard Radio’s Dave Kolesar about the all-digital AM HD radio experiment at “The Gamut” WWFD (820) in Frederick, Maryland (8:20) – More sounds from the NAB Show: a conversation with Aiir‘s Ricki Lee about his attempt to […]
Beasley, iHeart take control of new Boston properties - What's happening to the HD subchannels in the shuffle? - Ed Perry's surprise purchase of WMEX, away from the high-profile auction - Pittsburgh's KQV seeks buyer, could go dark
Some thoughts on how the FCC handled Net Neutrality, and how different it's been from usual public comment processes - Saying goodbye to one quirky small AM, and wondering about the future of another - Mike Francesa's farewell from WFAN
Sexual harassment allegations take two more public media voices off the air in New York - The FCC sets the date for the next AM translator window: what do broadcasters need to know? - "ALT" branding creates new conflicts between Entercom and iHeart - CBS/Entercom fallout includes Seattle format changes - The latest on DTV repacks and zombie licenses