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SAG-AFTRA and the major record labels have reached a tentative three-year agreement on a successor contract to the SAG-AFTRA National Code of Fair Practice for Sound Recordings. The tentative agreement...
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Just weeks after the FCC rejected an AM station owner’s attempt to only air programming on its FM translator, the agency says it appears a Mississippi owner did just that....
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Entercom is partnering with former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and political commentator Katie Pavlich for a 12-episode weekly podcast, “Everything’s Going to be All Right.” It will debut...
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Dawn Bennett, who hosted “Financial Myth Busting,” a syndicated weekend financial talk show, has been found guilty of 17 counts of fraud for bilking investors out of millions of dollars...
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The recent merger of journalism and storytelling creator and curator Public Radio International (PRI) and content and audio technology company Public Radio Exchange has resulted in layoffs at the commingled...
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The fate of the FCC’s new radio incubator program may be tied up in the courts, but the Media Bureau is pushing forward with the rollout. It has scheduled a...
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iHeart Milwaukee will present the second annual “Let’s Brunch MKE” food sampling event Saturday, Oct. 20 in downtown Milwaukee. The FCC is no longer asking stations in Alabama and Georgia...
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A federal judge has ordered the state of Missouri to pay more than $400,000 to cover the legal expenses racked up by the Missouri Broadcasters Association and its partners in...
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Radio isn’t the only traditional media where advertisers increasingly expect to see black and white proof that their media investments delivered results. The TV industry is under similar pressure. In...
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Five to seven years and $1 billion of earned or unearned media. Those are among the ingredients to create a successful brand that will stand the test of time, according...
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