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  • No tie Justice Alito to hear Aereo case


    There will be no tie in the Supreme Court battle of Aereo vs. major broadcasters in the upcoming landmark copyright infringement case. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, who previously had recused ...

  • Mark Veau upped at WORC-FM


    Cumulus Media announced that Worcester, MA, radio vet Mark Veau has been promoted to PD of 98.9 WORC in Worcester, MA. WORC is a Greatest Hits format with heritage call letters dating back to ...

  • Media Audit promotes Tracy Austin


    Phillip Beswick, CEO of The Media Audit, announced the appointment of Tracy Austin as VP/General Sales Manager of the company.? Most recently Austin was east coast regional manager.? She takes over ...

  • Wheel Jeopardy top syndication with 10M+ viewers


    For the week of March 31 – April 6, each of the top three shows in syndication were seen by over 10 million viewers. CBS Television Distribution's Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! ranked #1 ...

  • CBS Radio moving offices to downtown DC


    CBS Radio has reached a deal to shift its regional operations from suburban Lanham, MD to Washington, DC., where it will join the National Labor Relations Board at 1015 Half St. SE. The Prince ...

  • KVSF celebrates a year of talk radio


    Hutton Broadcasting announced the one-year anniversary of KVSF 101.5 "The Voice of Santa Fe" and the "Julia Goldberg Morning Show." The station's launched its new format - a ...

  • UK broadcasters wants DAB switchover abandoned


    A group of broadcasters representing 80 stations has called on the UK government to abandon plans for digital radio switchover, claiming the move would jeopardize local radio and cost households ...

  • Mindshare The Weather Company partner


    Mindshare North America and The Weather Company announced a non-exclusive partnership whereby The Weather Company's WeatherFX data platform is leveraged by Mindshare to inform media decisions ...

  • Internet and Broadcast Media Hate Bill Introduced in Senate

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    "We have recently seen in Kansas the deadly destruction and loss of life that hate speech can fuel in the United States,'; Markey said, ';which is why it is critical to ensure the ...

  • FCC sets auction rules vote issues fact sheet


    The FCC is planning a 5/15 vote on the ground rules for the broadcast incentive auction. Under the incentive auction proposal, spectrum repurposed for wireless during the auction would have to be ...

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  • Getting the incentive auction right


    Few FCC policies have generated more attention than the Incentive Auction. "Groundbreaking," "revolutionary," and "first-in-the-world" are just a few common descriptions ...

  • Analysis Bruce Beckner on Aereo advocacy


    an educational and advocacy site that aims to provide basic information about Aereo and the legal claims before the Supreme Court. The site also features court briefs, amicus briefs and court ...

  • “SNL” to celebrate 40 years


    Past and present cast members, as well as special and musical guests from the show's 40-year run, will appear on the telecast, with the specific lineup of guests to be determined in the coming ...

  • Michael Graham moves to WYAY-FM


    Last we heard, he was self-syndicating in New England via a handful of stations. But now, Cumulus says former Boston and DC Conservative talker Graham will host a new radio talk show on WYAY, Atlanta ...

  • Randi Rhodes ending her Premiere show


    Syndicated talker Randi Rhodes is calling it quits, announcing she'll end her show on 5/16. The progressive talker airs on 35 affiliates. Here's a statement from Premiere Networks:

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