- "...the Shadow knows"
- CNN has compiled a list of who they think are top 10 greatest DJs of all time. Anyone missing from the list? Anyone you think shouldn't be included?
The kings of the radio: All-time great DJs
They were, and are, your guide to the airwaves: Here are 10 of the all-time great disc jockeys.
- Are the days of paper diaries numbered?
E-diary takes a step toward reality.
Antiquated paper and pencil diaries moved one step closer to extinction following a third pilot test of Arbitron’s ambitious Project Leapfrog. Arbitron Radio Advisory Council members were upbeat afte
Dr. Demento documentary close to Kickstarter goal | Radio Survivor
Filmmakers Scott McKenzie and Devin Lucas want to document the life of the Dr. Demento in a movie whose Kickstarter deadline is 11:59 PM PDT this Saturday.
Report: Wheeler picked to lead FCC.
The frontrunner has apparently nabbed the job. The Wall Street Journal reports President Obama has selected Tom Wheeler to lead the Federal Communications Commission. The paper cites two unnamed so
Studio Pics Spring 2013
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KRXQ Pulls Rob, Arnie And Dawn Until Monday After Boston Comments
ENTERCOM Active Rock KRXQ (98 ROCK)/SACRAMENTO has pulled locally-based syndicated morning show ROB, ARNIE AND DAWN off the air for the rest of the week after they aired a bit WEDNESDAY (4/17) in which the hosts spoke about making a "top 5" list of reasons to hate BOSTON. The hiatus follows crit...
- Some stations certainly failed, and there were some troubles to say the least but radio received a passing grade in the Nat'l EAS test.
Broadcasters earn a “B” in national EAS test.
It has been more than a year since the first-ever national EAS test, and the final results are now in: 83% of broadcasters successfully received the alert. And on a whole, the FCC and FEMA concluded
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