Radio Station Industry News Feed

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WHMI

Local Group Weighs In On Pipeline Response To Environmental Violations
WHMI
Energy Transfer is the company constructing the pipeline and received a violation notice dated October 13th from the MDEQ stating Rover's dewatering activities may be exacerbating the spread of contaminated groundwater from a former gas station. It ...

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Crux: Covering all things Catholic

Philippine House fails to renew license of bishops' radio network
Crux: Covering all things Catholic
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine House of Representatives has not renewed the license of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines to operate dozens of radio stations across the country. The bishops lodged an application to renew the ...

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WHMI

Constituents Call On Congressman Bishop To Pass Dream Act
WHMI
Undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children are referred to as “dreamers”. Through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program, they are legally able to work, attend college and obtain valid driver's licenses.

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Whatever Happened to ... WSAY radio station?
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
A lot of radio stations have come and gone over the years, but few locally have had the impact, or left as many memories, as WSAY. Located for years at 1370 on the AM dial, WSAY was a scrappy little station that launched the careers of plenty of big ...

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EW.com

Elm Street star Heather Langenkamp secretly hosts a radio show as 'Sandy Bottoms'
EW.com
A Nightmare on Elm Street actress Heather Langenkamp was the guest on the latest episode of horror film podccast Shock Waves, during which she paid fulsome tribute to Elm Street mastermind Wes Craven, who died in August, 2015, and revealed her ...

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Irish Examiner

Radio station 'stupid' to fuel driver ire
Irish Examiner
He is after being sponsored by a Cork radio station.” Mr Heffernan then made a number of references to an appearance on Red FM with Neil Prendeville. Judge O'Shea said he had asked the appellant to set out the only matters he could take into account: ...

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The Denver Post

As Colorado Public Radio's leader signs off after 40 years, his belief in the station's future is unwavering
The Denver Post
After leading Colorado Public Radio for nearly 40 years, Max Wycisk announced recently that it was about time he signed off as the broadcaster's president. Wycisk's resume is long. He took the organization from a single station to three and grew its ...

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Lewis and Clark ham radio club sets Alton Halloween Parade's pace
Alton Telegraph
Lewis and Clark Radio Club's call station is K9HAM, based in Godfrey. The Lewis and Clark Radio Club meets at 7:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at Lewis and Clark Community College's faculty dining room in Reid Hall, on the Godfrey campus.

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Green Bay Press Gazette

KISS-FM announces Jake & Tanner as new morning show hosts
Green Bay Press Gazette
GREEN BAY – Get ready to hear familiar voices but a new show in the mornings on KISS-FM (95.9). The Top 40 station owned by Woodward Radio Group announced Friday that “The Jake and Tanner Show” will air from 5 to 10 a.m. weekdays beginning ...

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National Catholic Reporter

Philippine House fails to renew license of bishops' radio network
National Catholic Reporter
Manila, Philippines — The Philippine House of Representatives has not renewed the license of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines to operate dozens of radio stations across the country. The bishops lodged an application to renew the ...

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Radio station to carry Chiefs games
Norfolk Daily News
Mitch Holthus is the voice of the Chiefs and has been the team's play-by-play voice since 1994, making him one of the longest tenured announcers in the NFL. Holthus refers to the Chiefs fan base as the "Chiefs Kingdom," and its radio network is the ...

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Virginian-Pilot

New local radio talk show aims to brings more civility to political debate
Virginian-Pilot
Jodaniel Gutierrez, left, show producer, with Toiya Adair Sosa and Dr. L.D. Britt during one of the "Church and State" shows. Britt is Henry Ford Professor and Edward J. Brickhouse Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Eastern Virginia Medical School.

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Poynter (blog)

These WNYC engineers brought 300 pounds of radio equipment from Alaska to help a Puerto Rico station
Poynter (blog)
About a week after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, Laura Walker listened in to WNYC for news of an island still without power. It reminded Walker, WNYC's president and CEO, of how essential radio is when the power's out. She saw it herself after 9/11 ...

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The Charlottesville Newsplex

Hit radio station celebrates 16 years
The Charlottesville Newsplex
The community came out to Three Notched Brewery in the IX Art Complex to celebrate the stations 'sweet sixteen'. There were fun games like Chikapig, a photo booth, raffle prizes, and a $1,600 winner. The station was playing all the hits from 2001, when ...

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SOHH

Dave East & Chicago Radio Station Spark Nasty Feud: “Don't Come For Us – We Have Receipts”
SOHH
New York rapper Dave East and Chicago radio station WGCI had everyone's attention last night after going on an epic Twitter spat over a missed appearance. Screenshots have surfaced of Dave and WGCI personalities going at one another after he allegedly ...

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Radio Survivor

College Radio Watch: Fires, Me Too, Regional College Radio Groups and More News
Radio Survivor
As expected, radio has served a heroic role, providing information, comfort, and community during these disasters. My colleague Paul wrote a great piece yesterday outlining how some radio stations in Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties have stepped ...

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WHMI

Settlement Discussed In Sahouri Lawsuit, Trial Delayed Until 2018
WHMI
A trial date has again been delayed in a lawsuit filed more than five years ago against Hartland Consolidated Schools by a former administrator. Tracey Sahouri sued the district in 2012, alleging it violated the Whistleblower Protection Act when it ...

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WHMI

Private/Public Venture To Install I-96 Guardrail Completed
WHMI
A private-public partnership stemming from a tragic accident has led to the installation of a new guardrail in eastern Ingham County. The Michigan Department of Transportation has completed construction on 1.7 miles of median cable guardrail along I-96 ...

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WHMI

"Exploring Islam" Series Educates To Develop Understanding
WHMI
An educator with a mission to inform others about the religion of Islam feels his program “Exploring Islam” has been well-received by community members. John Schultz has been teaching world religions for 40 years with the idea that education can dispel ...

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WHMI

Brighton Council OKs Plans for Mill Pond Bandshell & Amphitheater
WHMI
With only one dissenting vote, the Brighton City Council approved the bandshell and amphitheater site plan at Thursday night's City Council meeting. The plan involves construction of a bandshell – which will replace the aging gazebo – and a concrete ...

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Daily Nebraskan

'Watch the Media' becomes KRNU's first regularly scheduled show
Daily Nebraskan
Broadcasting a regularly scheduled radio show does not allow for a normal daily routine. Balancing multiple interviews a week, along with being an associate professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Journalism and Mass Communications ...

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IFEX

CAR: Community radio station closes following threats from armed groups
IFEX
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) regrets that a leading community radio station in the southeast of the Central African Republic has been forced to close after being threatened by armed groups, and reminds all parties to the conflict of the need to ...

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Herald-Mail Media

City considers pulling advertising after Bob Rocks station mocks Hagerstown
Herald-Mail Media
Councilman Kristin Aleshire brought up the broadcast at the end of Tuesday's Hagerstown City Council work session. The discussion led to a consensus to move forward with potentially pulling the city's approximately $11,000 in advertising with ...

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Radio Survivor

Me Too: Sexual Harassment and Abuse in College Radio
Radio Survivor
While I feel lucky that I haven't suffered extreme forms of harassment or abuse within my college radio communities (I've volunteered at some pretty great stations); I've no doubt become accustomed to the every-day sort of sexism that permeates radio ...

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Tamworth community radio station to close
Radio Today
Tamworth community radio station TCR FM is to cease broadcasting after nearly eight years on the air. The radio station says it is being forced to close down and cut transmission mainly due to a lack of available funding and number of voluntary presenters.

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