Archive for May 17th, 2017

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    Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff Is Taking His Childhood Bedroom on Tour

    Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff is about to release a new album, Gone Now, and like a lot of artists, he wants fans to experience their first listen…

    [Promo] All The Airplay Data You Need

    Select airplay info from MEDIABASE 24/7, including exclusive categories like TAKING OFF and JUMP! reports, can be found on ALL ACCESS! Get daily updated airplay charts in all formats by … more

    James Corden To Return As Grammy Host For 60th Anniversary Bash In New York City

    JAMES CORDEN revealed he’ll be host of the 60th Anniversary GRAMMY AWARDS in 2018 at MADISON SQUARE GARDEN in NEW YORK CITY on JANUARY 28th. CORDEN, who hosted the show earlier this year, … more

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    Midwest TV Inks New Nielsen Deal

    The owner of an AM/FM combo and the CBS affiliate in America’s Finest City has renewed its agreement with  Nielsen. Midwest Television ‘s new agreement for local currency ratings data is for KFMB-8, which is adding the CW Network from Tijuana-based XETV-6 on June 1. Both KFMB-8.1 and 8.2 will utilize Nielsen’s local measurement services. Nielsen Audio also renewed its contract with Midwest’s Talk KFMB-AM 760 and Classic Rocker KFM-BFM 100.7

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    ‘Room’ at the Top: Chris Stapleton Hits No. 1 on Billboard Artist 100

    Chris Stapleton is the top musical act in the U.S. for the first time, as the country/Americana singer-songwriter surges 42-1 on the Billboard Artist…

    Def Jam’s Steve Bartels, Daddy Yankee Set To Keynote Midem 2017

    MIDEM 2017 is set to take place from JUNE 6th-9th in CANNES, FRANCE, providing journalists an opportunity to encounter major music makers and network with innovators and representatives of … more

    Live365 Back In Business

    LIVE365 is back. One of the first of the online radio companies has opened broadcaster sign-ups. Users can create a legal Internet radio station by joining LIVE365, with a new iOS app now … more

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    Subscriber Losses Continue For Top U.S. MVPDs

    The top 10 television service providers in the U.S. lost some 559,000 television customers between them in Q1 2017. That’s according to the latest informitv Multiscreen Index, and represents a quarterly subscriber reduction of 0.63%. It compares to a loss of 162,000 for the top 10 services in the previous quarter, and a small gain of 18,000 in Q1 2016. Click here to Login & view the full article & read our famous RBR+TVBR observation (Not a member? Join Today! )

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    Who Gained On A Tough Day On Wall Street?

    It was a brutal day for investors as Trump Administration worries spread their way to U.S. financial markets. Yet, two media companies saw improvements as the Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 372.82 points, to 20,606.93, and the Nasdaq Composite slid 158.63, to 6,011.24

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    Redl Wins White House Nod To Lead NTIA

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Chief Council on Communications and Technology for the House Energy & Commerce Committee and a former CTIA Regulatory Affairs Director has been nominated by President Trump to serve as the  National Telecommunications and Information Administration ‘s Asst. Secretary for Communication and Information.

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    What Will TEGNA Look Like After Cars.com Drives Off?

    TEGNA, the media company known as Gannett until its newspapers were spun off, is about ready to do another bit of shedding. On May 31, its Cars.com  will become a stand-alone company. The move will see TEGNA Media President  Dave Lougee  become TEGNA President/CEO as the company’s current leader, Gracia Martore , steps into retirement. What will TEGNA look like after the Cars.com exit? Investors got a first-hand peek under the hood at a meeting held today that revealed just what’s ahead for the broadcast TV company.

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    FCC Gets Tough With A Pair Of Pirates

    A petition for reconsideration filed with the  FCC  by the operator of an unlicensed radio station in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles has lost his fight to avoid forking over a sizable fine for his actions. At the same time, the  FCC  has made it known that a broadcast buccaneer in the Bronx cannot continue to operate on a signal that’s a first-adjacency to a Gotham FM owned by  CBS Radio. Click here to Login & view the full article & read our famous RBR+TVBR observation (Not a member? Join Today! )

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