Archive for September 13th, 2017

    KNDE (Candy 95)/Bryan-College Station, TX PD Tucker ‘Frito’ Young Exits, APD Katy Dempsey Upped To PD

    BRYAN BROADCASTING Top 40 KNDE (CANDY 95)/BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, TX PD/mornings co-host TUCKER “FRITO” YOUNG has decided to leave the station for opportunities outside of radio. … more

    New All Access Columns Are A Breeze To Read!

    It’s WEDNESDAY — time once again for some fresh, new columns … exclusively on ALL ACCESS! * THE POWER PLAYER: ALL ACCESS News Editor JEFF SILBERMAN interviews ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC … more

    WTAR (Sports Radio AM 850)/Norfolk Shuffles Lineup, Nick Bailey Moves To Afternoons

    SINCLAIR COMMUNICATIONS Sports WTAR-A (SPORTS RADIO 850)/NORFOLK is reshuffling its schedule starting MONDAY (9/18). Among the changes, PD NICK BAILEY will move from 7-9a (ET) into the 3-5p … more

    Saga Declares Quarterly Dividend

    SAGA COMMUNICATIONS, INC.’s Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.30 per share. The dividend will be payable OCTOBER 13th to shareholders of record as of … more

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    Saga, Salem Declare Quarterly Dividends

    Saga Communications today announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend that’s quite sizable, continuing a healthy give-back trend for the newly pure-play media company. The declaration came a day after  Salem Media Group  announced a quarterly cash distribution that’s much smaller in value.

    Has The Bubble Popped For Mobile Video?

    Ooyala has just released its Q2 2017 Global Video Index, and there’s a glimmer of hope for broadcast radio and TV C-Suiters intent on scraping away at some of those digital ad dollars: Mobile video plays have plateaued after 22 quarters of strong growth, increasing just over 1% since Q1 this year. Click here to Login & view the full article & read our famous RBR+TVBR observation (Not a member? Join Today! )

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    Senate Commerce Committee Firms Staff; Domenici Remembered

    The powerful U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, headed by Chairman  John Thune (R-S.D.), has promoted two staffers while adding a new member to the staffing team.

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    What’s The Forecast For Radio Advertising?

    The best answer to this question is likely to come from a pair of advertising industry experts who will appear in a joint keynote presentation at  Radio’s Financial Summit Forecast 2018 , being held Nov. 15 at the Harvard Club in New York. Marla Kaplowitz , President/CEO of the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4 A’s) , will join Association of National Advertisers (ANA) CEO Bob Liodice  in a session to be moderated by Christine Travaglini , President of Christal Radio and Katz Partnerships .

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    Autonomous Cars Hit A Buyer Threshold

    Does the potential impact on AM and FM radio listening in the self-driving car worry you? Better grab the Mylanta: a new study finds that more than half of the respondents in a recently conducted study would buy an autonomous car for their next car purchase. Click here to Login & view the full article & read our famous RBR+TVBR observation (Not a member? Join Today! )

    CBS Radio President & CEO Andre Fernandez Named To FCC Advisory Committee

    CBS Radio President & CEO Andre Fernandez has been selected by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to serve on the Commission’s Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment (ACDDE). The ACDDE’s mission is to provide recommendations to the FCC on how to empower disadvantaged communities and accelerate the entry of small businesses, including those owned by […]

    Britt Rose Takes Afternoon Drive Mic At WJTQ/Pensacola

    Cumulus Media announces that it has appointed Britt Rose as Afternoon Drive personality on Classic Hits-Rock station WJTQ-FM (Jet 100.7) in Pensacola, FL. She segues from Cumulus Media-Oklahoma City’s KQOB and KATT, and debuts on Jet 100.7 on Wednesday, September 13, from 2pm-7pm. Chuck Whitaker, WJTQ-FM Program Director and Operations Manager, Cumulus Media-Pensacola, said: “I […]

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    Even Natural Disasters Can’t Stem TV Ad Spending Slide

    Local TV has gotten its fair share of praise from across the broadcast media industry in the last few weeks, thanks to some exceptional coverage in Houston, Miami, West Palm Beach and in Fort Myers, Fla. Unfortunately, advertisers are continuing to place their dollars elsewhere, and “cord cutters” are to blame. That’s the conclusion from  eMarketer,  which released new data Wednesday (9/13) that predicts TV’s percentage of total media ad spending is in for considerable dips over the next five years. Click here to Login & view the full article & read our famous RBR+TVBR observation (Not a member? Join Today! )

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