WMMS team member Dominic Dieter (pictured)100.7's popular morning show "Rover's Morning Glory" in Cleveland, is under intense fire for an anti-gay remark he made on-air during the Friday morning broadcast.GLAAD has called on Clear Channel, WMMS's parent company, to suspend Dieter after he told a listener "You should get one of your friends to screw your
Respected Executive Assumes Important Role as Head of SBS Los Angeles -
Ben Hill has been named Senior Vice President & Market Manager for CBS Radio Tampa .The appointment is effective immediately.Ben has done a terrific...
Congrats to Erica, she's a great person..
Last night, Sister 2 Sister Magazine (S2S) celebrated their 22nd Anniversary at a star-studded party in Atlanta honoring Mathew Knowles (President/CEO, Music World...
Management Changes Announced at Salem CommunicationsRadio: Becoming more responsive to media environment.Salem Communications Corporation "“a U.S. radio broadcaster, Internet content provider, and magazine and book publisher of Christian and family-themed content "“ announced a strategic restructuring of company executive officer positions effective Jan.
Two men indicted on charges of stealing money from a Christian radio station are accused of trying to get away with more than $24,000 in credit card transactions and bad checks, the Lucas County Prosecutor's Office said. Richard L.
"Urban-sports talk'' makes its debut locally "” and maybe nationally "” on Wednesday, when WFXX replaces syndicated programming with local talk shows that have African-American hosts and changes the call letters at 1490 AM back to WESL. The station is owned by Simmons Media, which also runs sports-talk station KSLG (1380 AM). Longtime St.
WWRL 1600AM Å“Heart 2 Heart Town Hall Forum on HealthWWRL 1600AM Radio will host a lively town hall meeting and exchange of ideas on Saturday, April 25, 2009.
Radio Facts: Washington, DC -- The Spanish Radio Association (SRA) and the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB) expressed their...
Washington, DC -- The Spanish Radio Association (SRA) and the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB) expressed their disappointment and frustration with Arbitron's recent promises to upgrade its Portable People Meter (PPM) sampling methodology. These promises will not cure the problems that have caused PPM data to be skewed and unreliable.
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