Posts Tagged ‘broadcast’

    WFMU Asks Listeners to Donate, Vote for Billboard

    Innovative campaign hopes to turn commuters into listeners

    Jacobs Previews NAB’s Dashboard "Audit"

    “The competitive landscape is changing and the ‘table stakes’ are higher”

    KQED Begins Recovery After the Comrade Virus Strikes

    It’s been more than two months since the ransomware attack on KQED in San Francisco on June 15

    Glenn Goodwin Named RadioU’s Dir./Promotion & Marketing

    GLENN GOODWIN has been named to oversee promotions and marketing initiatives for RADIOU’s network of FM radio stations.  GOODWIN is a veteran of the CHRISTIAN music and radio … more

    Public Radio Study Cautions Against Stereotyping Millennials

    But still shares relevant insights for pubmedia stations who want to create a strategy


    ‘The New FCC: Working To Right The Course’

    The  FCC  is on the right track, especially concerning the touchy subject of “net neutrality.” That’s the key takeaway from remarks made over the weekend by FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly. In a speech delivered Saturday by O’Rielly to the Americans for Prosperity’s 2017 Defending the American Dream Summit in Richmond, the Republican Commissioner asserted that it is the FCC’s job “is to provide an environment for such innovation and investment to flourish in the communications technology sector while protecting consumers along the way.” He noted, “Since the earliest days of the commercial Internet, there was bipartisan consensus that the best way to advance that objective was to maintain as minimalist a role for government as possible.


    What The FCC Says To Do If You’re Knocked Off The Air

    On a day when a total eclipse of the sun commanded the attention of Americans across the U.S., it reminded us of what could happen if a station were to suddenly go dark, due to a powerful act of Mother Nature that suddenly silences a translator. We ventured into the  RBR+TVBR  archives to provide you with a great column from Cavell, Mertz & Associates President Garrison Cavell , who reminds everyone in the C-Suite of the one thing they shouldn’t forget after paying for those building repairs, equipment parts, and the replacement equipment. Click here to Login & view the full article & read our famous RBR+TVBR observation (Not a member? Join Today! )

    Lindsay Ell Has #1 Country Album

    Congratulations to STONEY CREEK’s LINDSAY ELL and her team for a #1 debut atop the Country albums sales chart this week with “The Project.” The KRISTIAN BUSH-produced album is … more


    Dealer Associations Dominate TV Once Again

    by Diana Stokey, Media Monitors The end of model year clearance events are on across the nation, as auto dealers seek to make way for newly arrived 2018 model vehicles. As a result, a host of dealer associations have substantially increased their spot activity at broadcast TV, as last week’s Media Monitors TV Spot Ten report indicates. Chevrolet  made the biggest move. Click here to Login & view the full article & read our famous RBR+TVBR observation (Not a member


    This QSR’s ‘Got The Meats’ … And A Meaty Cable Effort

    by Diana Stokey, Media Monitors QSRs are investing in cable TV spots. In last week’s Media Monitors Cable Spot Ten report, Taco Bell rose to No. 4, with 31,508 spots. Burger King placed at No.

    Progressive Concepts Named U.S. Master Distributor for D&R

    Broadcast equipment supplier Progressive Concepts has signed an agreement with Dutch company D&R Broadcast Mixing Consoles to become D..

    RDL Rolls Out Two Additions to SysFlex Series

    New products deal with digital audio/networked audio interface

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