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Radio Headlines For Monday 8-27-2018
Our thanks to Megan Black of Second Street for sharing another advertiser success story with Radio Ink. This one comes from Entercom Portland's Sam Tongue and involved taking an annual Home Improvement sweepstakes to the next level. (Our weekly Advertiser Success Stories are sponsored by Sun & Fun Media). [read more]
Our interview with RawVoice/ CEO Todd Cochrane is up. We discuss radio getting into the podcasting space, what the industry needs to do to be successful at podcasting and what podcasts you need to listen to in order to succeed. [read more]
Paul Weyland - Radio(By Paul Weyland) Have you ever hosted a party and later had to deal with the last person to leave? I have. Not pleasant. You’re worn out and it’s time to get back to work and clean up, but that person is still there, taking up space and not helping. [read more]
(By Bob McCurdy) WARC last week had another interesting article worthy of note, titled "Advertisers Are Shouting at an Audience Who Can’t Hear." [read more]
(By Andrew Curran) Research continues to show that social media platforms can increase anxiety/stress/depression, and for some, phones are becoming an addiction.  [read more]
Broadcast attorney David Oxenford has written extensively about legal issues for broadcasters thinking about getting into podcasting. In his latest blog Oxenford takes on another legal issue involving podcasting that's come up in the news lately. [read more]
Mets_WOR-logoThe New York Post is reporting that the team is about to switch affiliates in New York City from Cumulus owned WOR-AM to Entercom's WCBS-AM starting with the 2019 season. [read more]
The Carr in California recently destroyed a transmitter at NPR-affiliate KFPR in Redding and the station has been off the air for about a month now. North State Public Radio which includes KCHO 91.7 in Chico and KFPR 88.9 in Redding has studios in the Northern California cities of Redding and Chico. [read more]
Weaving an AI strategy successfully into your radio operation takes skill. Full mastery can come with advanced learning, and a free webinar in August accomplishes that with top-level knowledge and insights from Veritone. It’s broadcast media education at no cost, allowing executives, sales leaders, and AEs to gain a deeper understanding of AI. CLICK HERE. [read more]
Vermont Association of Broadcasters President Wally Caswell has informed Radio Ink that longtime Executive Director Jim Condon has died after a battle with esophageal cancer. [read more]
St. Louis’ Z107.7 has named Kristie Graybill morning show co-host for Jordan and Kristie in the Morning, effective August 27. Graybill will be joining co-host Jordan DeSocio to deliver the latest pop music and pop culture news every weekday morning, 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. [read more]
101.9fm THE MIX/WTMX Chicago raised $1,042,678 for the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago during its 19th annual fundraising efforts. [read more]
Daily info source OZY Media is poised to premiere the third season of its hit podcast The Thread with OZY: A History of Nonviolence. Marking the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King Jr., The Thread will explore the origins of nonviolent resistance. [read more]
Radioline and Audioburst have announced that Audioburst’s AI-based listening and indexing technology will be incorporated into Radioline, which currently hosts more than 70,000 radio stations and podcasts from around the world. [read more]
In 2018, has been publishing advertiser success stories every Monday morning. We've found great local advertisers that are using radio to drive customers to their stores and dollars to their cash registers. We want to publicize your greatest advertiser success story of the year.  [read more]
Are you hearing things about your market? Let us investigate. Radio Ink Magazine is the only 25-year-old trade magazine in the radio industry. That's the result of a lot of trust over those years. Send all news tips in total confidence, and any other station news to Radio Ink Editor Ed Ryan at [read more]
Our thanks to Richard Bouchard, the treasurer of Bouchard Broadcasting, for sharing this classic. Bouchard, who just turned 80, is pictured here at WNRI in Woonsocket, RI has been involved in professional broadcasting since age 17. Send your Blast to [read more]
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Mark Masepohl is the President & General Manager for Univision in Dallas. With over 30 years in the radio industry, Mark continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible. He serves on the Nielsen Audio Advisory Board and the Texas Association of Broadcasters, as well as serving as a leader for Univision’s radio operations on a national level. [read more]

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