Capital Dance is introducing a presented breakfast show to its schedule, to be hosted by Rio Fredrika.
Rio, who currently hosts Monday Drive, will be on-air from 7am till 11am weekdays from January 4th 2021.
Dev Griffin will join Heart in January just weeks after leaving BBC Radio 1 at the end of December.
Dev’s last show at the BBC, where he has been for the last 18 years, is on December 20th, and he’ll start on Heart January 2nd 2021.
Beat 102-103 are introducing Waterford-based drag queen Joanna Ryde to their digital station, Noughty Beats.
The service launched in 2018 as one of ten online-only channels on the Irish RadioPlayer app.
Educational Media Foundation will pay $2.45 million for KZGO and KQGO.
All of the stations on-air staffers have exited head of the sale closing. Both will run jockless until the deal closes early next year.
An Alabama licensee is facing a forfeiture of $6,000 for failing to file renewal applications on time.
Jimmy Dale Media LLC was required to file a renewal application for its two stations — WFMH(AM) and WMCJ(AM) — on Dec. 2, 2019.
Magic Broadcasting has entered into a consent decree and accepted a $125,000 penalty from the FCC to resolve inquiries into tower issues in Tallahassee and contest violations by CHR “Island 106” 105.9 WILN Panama City FL.
Podcast analysis and attribution company Chartable has turned its metrics to a particular type of advertising: Podcast-to-podcast marketing. In this marketing category, podcasts advertise their shows on other podcasts.
Sportsnet and Toronto Blue Jays radio play-by-play announcer Mike Wilner have parted ways. (Sportsnet/Rogers Sports & Media)
Sportsnet announced Friday morning that it has parted ways with Toronto Blue Jays play-by-play announcer Mike Wilner.
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