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8th annual Christmas is for Children Radiothon Raises More than $1 Million

Children’s Medical Center announced its 2013 Christmas is for Children radiothon raised more than $1 million for the nation’s fifth-largest, not-for-profit pediatric hospital. The annual four-day event is supported by CBS Radio and broadcast on 98.7 KLUV and La GRANDE 107.5 FM from the Seacrest Studio located in the hospital.

Record exec John Atterberry dies after Hollywood shooting

Originally posted on 2011-12-13 01:44:32

Music Industry Vet Shot in Hollywood

Music Industry vet John Atterberry was unfortunately in the wrong place yesterday as a crazed gunman was shooting randomly in Hollywood. He was   shot in the face during Friday's Hollywood shootout and is in critical condition at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center.

CLEAR CHANNEL RADIO CHICAGO LAUNCHES $1 MILLION PUBIC SERVICE CAMPAIGN URGING LISTENERS TO VOTE IN THE 2010 CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS

Radio Facts: Earl Jones, President & Market Manager of Clear Channel Radio Chicago today announces a $1 Million Public Service Campaign urging listeners...

Doctor Steals Dying Man’s WHAT?

Filed Under: Well.. he doesn't need it anymore!STOCKTON, CA - The children of a former Manteca police lieutenant say a Stockton emergency room doctor allowed their father to die so the doctor could steal the man's expensive Rolex watch, according to a lawsuit filed last week. Dr.

Radio veteran appointed to Board of Directors

Ben Sand ifer has been appointed to the board of directors of the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame. Sand ifer, president of GMS Productions, has produced the Georgia Music Minute, the Georgia Music Special, the Georgia Music Jukebox and the audio tracks with Georgia music and narration that plays in each Georgia visitor information center.Dr.

DJ says Temper May have Caused Road Rage/Job Termination

WCWA-AM Radio host Troy Neff points to Holiday Lane in Perrysburg Township, where, on Wednesday, he said he got into an argument with another driver that turned physical and became bloody.Troy Neff admitted yesterday that his temper might have contributed to getting him into trouble two times within a 24-hour period.

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