Another one bites the pod.

Laura Ingraham has announced that she is shutting down her 17-year-old radio show and moving to podcasting (using PodcastOne) in January. The conservative talker explains, “While hosting a prime time television show and raising three children on my own, continuing…

WaPo does podcasting big.

The Washington Post is launching a new daily podcast called “Post Reports.” Rather than a guy behind a mic and a $50 baffle, these guys are serious: the staff now comprises a host (Martine Powers) and seven producers. Clearly, the…

Stan Lee, 95. Roy Clark, 85.

Two media-meaningful presences departed the scene this past week. Stan Lee, creator or co-creator of myriad Marvel characters, for the past few years has served as the public face of that company. (Before his death, Mr. Lee filmed cameos for…

Walter May, 81.

The longtime radio broadcaster; NAB Radio Board chair; Mayor of Pikeville, KY; and president/CEO of the Pikeville Medical Center died Friday at the age of 81. Editor’s $0.02: I never met Walter May, but his name is well known to…

Stick with the classics.

As you are putting together your Christmas-music playlists, you will be interested in some research from the P1 Media Group. It seems they researched the 40 most-played Christmas songs from the 2017 holiday season, and then had them ranked by…

It’s Gracie time.

The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation is calling for entries for the 44th annual Gracie Awards. Eligible air dates are from January 1 to December 31 of this year, with the deadline for entries being January 17, 2019 at…