RTÉ Media Sales has announced Maxol is the new sponsor of RTÉ 2FM’s weekday Traffic & Travel bulletins.
Brokered by Mediaworks and Core Sponsorship, the 12-month sponsorship will feature 10 x Maxol sponsored credited stings per weekday.
Mike Rice has been hired to call Colorado Rockies baseball on KOA-M and FM in Denver. Rice has been covering Colorado sports teams since 1991, including play-by-play for the University of Colorado and the University of Northern Colorado.
Following the cut of Jerry Schemmel in their layoffs last week, iHeartMedia News/Talk 850 KOA Denver/94.1 K231AA Boulder/94.1 K231BQ Golden has announced that Sports Director Mike Rice will join their Colorado Rockies broadcast team.
Day 3 of Nielsen Audio’s PPM releases are now available for Portland, Charlotte, San Antonio, Sacramento, Pittsburgh, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Orlando, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Kansas City, and Columbus.
We’re looking at the Top 40 chart in 10-year spurts. The beginning of a new decade is famously part of a doldrums in pop music — typically rectified a few years later, and rarely represented by enduring records in gold libraries down the road.
The ABC will focus on the communities most affected by the ongoing bushfires as part of its 2020 Australia Day coverage while emergency broadcasting will remain at the core of its service for those communities still under threat from bushfires.
This week, WSFM’s Jonesy & Amanda have been celebrating Brendan ‘Jonesy’ Jones’ 30th year in radio. Back in 1990, Brendan Jones was a young radio-enthusiast with a dream when he got his start in community radio and the rest in history.