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
In this week's edition: Thoughts on the Radio Show in Austin - Wheatstone's Mike Erickson and broadcast continuity/disaster prep expert Howard Price talk about the lessons from Harvey and now from Hurricane Irma - Sounds from the big Radio BBQ in Connecticut over the weekend - and more!
In this week’s episode: How an obscure Rhode Island law could delay WBRU’s license sale – Saluting Texas broadcasters – The Radio Show gets underway in Austin – What we heard at the eclipse – and more!
In this week’s issue… Langer plots WMSX move – Format change in upstate NY – Wade out at Z100 – NERW on the Road – PLUS: Baseball on the Radio 2013, the finale By SCOTT FYBUSH *There’s a new AM signal coming to eastern MASSACHUSETTS, as owner Alexander Langer moves forward on a relocation of […]
In this week’s issue: New AMs in Toronto, Montreal – WDAS revival in Philadelphia – EMF sells in Central New York – Cumulus cuts jobs at ex-Citadel stations by SCOTT FYBUSH *Over the last few years, we’ve spent a lot of time chronicling the gradual disappearance of AM radio in CANADA. Since the CRTC began […]