"Calling out each candidate’s positives and negatives isn’t picking one over the other, it’s opining on the news of the day."
As radio programmers, hosts, and salespeople, we should be doing cartwheels and leveraging this moment.
Those of us employed in AM radio should be actively working to keep relevant in a rapidly-changing media landscape anyway.
When you unwrap all that the evening entailed, it’s completely fair for both sides to claim victory.
The reality is that microphone you’re next to can be picked up by you, or others around it, whether it’s broadcasting on the air or not.
The uncertainty and options Carlson has, should be a stark reminder to all of us that we are not simply in the “radio” industry, but rather...
The industry is still a powerful form of information, entertainment, and influence in local markets and on a national level.
As we look to the next wave of technology, who should be concerned about AI and/or products like ChatGPT?
"I could scan local TV stations, newspaper websites and blogs and find more compelling stories with a more immediate and local impact in less than five...
The “MAGA bubble” is becoming everything they rightly criticized the liberal press of being: out of touch.