Broadcasters push back.

As we expected, the National Association of Broadcasters and the Radio Television Digital News Association have each issued a statement in response to the president’s tweet about “challenging the license of NBC” because of “all the fake news coming out…

Survey says: radio flat.

A new survey from Borrell encompassing over 3500 local advertisers delved into what advertising categories would be increased, decreased, or stay about the same in the near future. The results showed that there were just as many respondents planning to…

What’s a radio guy to do?

We have established that the iPhone is Public Enemy Number One in the world of radio, but Google isn’t helping with the recent announcement that their new phone—the “Pixel 2″—follows Apple’s lead in eliminating the analog headphone jack. That screws…

In it for the money.

In case you were wondering, Forbes Magazine just released this year’s list of the highest-paid personalities in radio. Can you guess who’s number one? Yup, it’s our old pal Howard, whose salary from radio alone tops $90 million. (Forbes reports…

FCC urges self-resolution.

The Commission is giving AM stations with FM translator applications in the Auction 99 filing window that are in mutually-exclusive situations until the end of November (specifically, November 29) to settle their conflicts. According to the FCC, there are 88…