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    February 27th, 2021, 01:36 PM
    From Radio Insight: iHeartMedia Rock “97.1 The Eagle” KEGL Dallas afternoon host Russ Martin was found dead in his home early Saturday morning. Frisco TX police responded to a call on Saturday at 12:30am after a friend went to check on Martin and found him unresponsive. Martin was found dead on the scene. The Frisco Police state that a cause of death has yet to be determined but no foul play is suspected. The 60 year old Martin spent his entire radio career in the Dallas area. He began his career in the early 1980s as a board op at 1400 KGVL Greenville and then was a weekender at 107.1 KTLR Terrell. After stints at 1310 KAAM, 92.5 KAFM and Satellite Music Network, Martin first joined KEGL in 1987 during its CHR days. He remained at the station through its shift to Rock as took over mornings in 1997. Martin joined CBS Radio’s 105.3 KYNG in 2000 as morning host when it flipped to Hot Talk. He would later move to afternoons and remained through rebrandings as “Live 105.3” KLLI and “105.3 Free-FM“. He exited KLLI when it flipped to Sports “105.3 The Fan” KRLD-FM in 2008. Martin would return to KEGL in 2010 as morning host, before moving to afternoons the following year. The show would be trimmed from 3-7pm to 5-7pm in February 2020 after the addition of former KRLD-FM hosts Ben Rogers and Jeff ‘Skin’ Wade to the station. Martin has had multiple medical leaves of absence in recent years, with co-hosts Dan O’Malley, Clo Raborn, and Alfie Coy leading the show. It’s with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of 97.1 The Eagle’s Russ Martin. He will be dearly missed & we send our deepest condolences to his family & friends during this difficult time. We’d love to hear your favorite memory of Russ Martin below. #RIPRussMartin pic.twitter.com/cdGBC1XYY9 — 97.1 The Eagle (@theeagledallas) February 27, 2021 more
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    February 26th, 2021, 08:14 PM
    From the FCC: FCC Emergency Broadband Benefit Program Fact Sheet Get facts about the Emergency Broadband Benefit as established in a Report and Order adopted on February 25, 2021. https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370355
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    February 26th, 2021, 08:14 PM
    From All Access: ANDREA GANIS, DANNY COOPER, KO-FUNG SHIH, PAT PAXTON, JOE HAZE, RICH DAVIS, MIKE KAPLAN, SCOTT BURTON, IAN CAMFIELD, TRACY BROWN, ANGELO SCROBE, ROSS MAHONEY, JEFF TYLER, KELSEY SCHULER, … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 08:14 PM
    From Radio Insight: iHeartMedia instituted a round of cuts today focusing on engineering departments at its broadcast operations. The cuts come as the company continues to implement operational changes that began in the wake of the widescale cuts of January 2020. As the company stated in Thursday’s annual earnings report: “In January 2020, iHeartMedia announced key modernization initiatives designed to take advantage of the significant investments that the Company has made in new technologies to build an improved operating infrastructure to upgrade products and deliver incremental cost efficiencies. This modernization is a multi-pronged set of strategic initiatives that we believe positions the Company for sustainable long-term growth, margin expansion, and value creation for shareholders. As targeted, our investments in modernization delivered approximately $50 million of in-year savings in 2020, and we remain on track to deliver annualized run-rate cost savings of approximately $100 million by mid-year 2021.” Many of these operations initiatives are beginning to be implemented and will continue to do so over the course of this year. Over the course of 2020, iHeartMedia’s real estate team earmarked studio facilities that can eliminate some of its space or be moved to smaller and cheaper locations. With less staff and the pandemic showing that many employees can work remotely, the new locations will be built with that in mind. The days of a dedicated studio for a specific station will be replaced by rooms that can be used by any station anywhere in the company. That style was implemented at the corporate offices in San Antonio a few years ago. These smaller studios will also have much less equipment as iHeart moves most broadcast operations into a cloud based platform built off of subsidiary RCS’ Zetta automation system. One server installed at the transmitter site will take away many functions currently filling up racks in the studios. Dubbed internally as SoundPlus, the system will allow any on-air talent to broadcast through their personal laptop or tablet from anywhere at any time. The company has been installing remote control systems at its studios and towers to enable monitoring of all their facilities. A Network Operations Center in Cincinnati will serve as home to a dispatch center of sorts notifying the company’s remaining engineer or contract engineers when something needs to be repaired onsite. Otherwise the company’s NOC and IT hubs will handle the issues remotely. iHeartMedia began implementing a regional hub and spoke system in recent years with engineers mostly shared between markets. Some made geographic sense like all of the company’s markets on the I-25 corridor in Colorado and Wyoming, or those in Upstate New York. Others like Las Vegas, Riverside/San Bernardino and San Diego were many hours apart. To help assist after the first round of cuts last January, the company created “Tiger Teams” to travel to other markets to help handle major issues and during emergencies such as natural disasters. The cuts that started today will see some engineers immediately brought back on a contract basis as we heard took place in at least one PPM market where they already were the only local engineer. They will now also assist with a few neighboring markets in a similar basis. Many of these operations initiatives are still in the build-out phase, plans are to have them fully in place by later this year. Many of these markets are planning on being in their new facilities by this fall. more
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    February 26th, 2021, 05:56 PM
    From Radio Insight: The fourth and final day of Nielsen Audio’s PPM releases bring Austin, Raleigh/Durham, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Nashville, Providence, Norfolk, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Greensboro, Memphis, and Hartford. All the numbers can be found at RadioInsight.com/Ratings. Public News/Talk 90.5 KUT-FM takes a commanding lead in Austin with an 8.5 to 11.5 gain. Entercom AC “Majic 95.5” KKMJ drops to second 13.1 to 9.8. Waterloo Media Variety Hits “103.5 Bob-FM” KBPA trends rapidly downward 11.8 – 8.7 – 6.6 for what Ratings Expert Chris Huff notes is its lowest share since Holiday 2013. KBPA’s drop also coincides with the station’s transmitter move to Austin itself from San Marcos between Austin and San Antonio. Waterloo Media News/Talk 590/99.7 KLBJ jumps up to fourth 4.2 to 5.7, and University of Texas AAA 98.9 KUTX rounds out the top five with a 3.7 to 4.5 gain. Newly rebranded Waterloo Media Hot AC “Lucy 93.3” KGSR trends up 1.0 – 1.4 – 1.6. Public News/Talk 91.5 WUNC-FM leads Raleigh with a 9.9 to 11.3 gain. Well behind in second is Capitol Broadcasting AC “Mix 101.5” WRAL-FM sliding 9.0 to 7.5. iHeartMedia Conservative Talk “Talk 106.1” WTKK jumps up 5.4 to 7.0, followed by Curtis Media Variety Hits “96.1 BBB” WBBB up 6.1 to 6.9 and Radio One Adult R&B “Foxy 107.1/104.3” WFXC/WFKX down 7.9 to 6.8. Trending upward in Raleigh is Radio Training Network Christian AC “HIS Radio” 88.5 WRTP up 0.9 – 1.7 – 2.2. Emmis News/Talk 93.1 WIBC-FM retakes the Indianapolis lead 7.6 to 8.9, while sister AC “B105.7” WYXB falls 13.1 to 8.4 post Christmas music. Cumulus Classic Hits 104.5 WJJK rebounds 6.9 to 7.6, while iHeartMedia Classic Rock “Q95” WFBQ rises 5.7 to 6.8. Cumulus Country 95.5 WFMS jumps up two shares 4.6 to 6.6 for fifth. Also showing big gains in Indianapolis are Public News/Talk 90.1 WFYI up 4.0 to 5.5 and Sarkes Tarzian AAA 92.3 WTTS up 3.3 to 4.4. Midwest Communications Variety Hits “96.3 Jack-FM” WCJK leads Nashville with an 8.0 to 8.6 gain. iHeartMedia Classic Rock “105.9 The Rock” WNRQ rises to second 6.0 to 7.6. Cumulus Media News/Talk “99.7 WTN” WWTN rises 6.3 to 6.8. Public News/Talk 90.3 WPLN-FM rises 4.9 to 6.5. Trending downward is Cumulus Country “95.5 Nash Icon” 5.4 – 4.7 – 4.4. While BBC World Service 1430 WPLN rises 0.1 to 0.2, their streaming simulcast from 90.3 WPLN-HD3 surges 0.1 to 1.5. iHeartMedia Conservative Talk 1130 WISN regains its Milwaukee lead 8.2 to 11.0. Co-owned Classic Hits “95.7 Big-FM” WRIT slips 10.4 to 8.8. Good Karma News/Talk 620/103.3 WTMJ rises 6.0 to 6.5. Two years after its flip to Sports, iHeartMedia’s “97.3 The Game” WRNW-FM starts showing movement as it trends up 0.7 – 1.2 – 1.5. Good Karma’s “94.5 ESPN” WKTI has yet to show growth as it rises 0.8 to 0.9. iHeartMedia Rock 94.1 WHJY leads Providence with an 8.7 to 10.4 gain. Hall Communications Country “Cat Country 98.1” WCTK follows 7.4 to 8.1, followed by Cumulus trio of AC “Lite 105” WWLI (15.1 to 7.1), News/Talk 630 WPRO/99.7 WEAN (5.4 – 6.1) and CHR “92 Pro-FM” WPRO-FM (5.4 – 6.1). Both Public News/Talkers rise in Providence with 89.7 WGBH-FM Boston up 2.7 to 3.5 and “The Public’s Radio” 89.3 WNPN up 1.7 to 2.5. Entercom Adult R&B “95.7 R&B” WVKL continues to dominate Norfolk with a 12.8 to 13.7 rise. Sinclair Media Variety Hits ranks second up 6.3 to 8.2 as Sinclair begins subscribing to Nielsen. iHeartMedia Hip Hop “103 Jamz” WOWI trends up 5.4 – 6.0 – 6.6 for third. Max Media Country “Eagle 97.3” WGH-FM surges up 3.8 to 5.3. Renda AC 96.1 WEJZ remains on top in Jacksonville with a 15.1 to 9.4 slide. Cox Media Group News/Talk 104.5 WOKV rebounds 8.4 to 9.2 for second followed by co-owned Classic Rock “Eagle 96.9” WJGL 8.3 – 8.5. Public News/Talk 89.9 WJCT-FM surges up 4.3 to 6.2 for what Huff notes is a station record to tie for fourth with iHeartMedia Country 99.1 WQIK with its own 4.8 to 6.2 surge. Entercom Adult R&B 97.1 WQMG jumps 8.8 to 10.6 to lead Greensboro. iHeartMedia AC “Mix 99.5” WMAG drops to second 16.8 to 9.6. Dick Broadcasting Classic Rock “Rock 92” WKRR trends down to third 10.2 – 9.9 – 8.7. Both Country stations in Greensboro are up with Entercom’s “93.1 The Wolf” WPAW up 4.0 to 5.6 and iHeartMedia’s “Q104.1” WTQR up 4.3 to 4.9. Public News/Talk 88.5 WFDD jumps up 3.0 to 4.3. Hubbard Hot AC 97.9 WRMF remains on top of West Palm Beach holding steady at 8.7. Hubbard’s Classic Hits “Sunny 107.9” WEAT drops 8.7 to 6.5 for second. iHearMedia AC “Kool 105.5” WOLL is third 6.8 to 6.4 followed by co-owned Classic Rock “Gater 98.7” WKGR 5.6 to 5.7. Public News/Talk 91.3 WLRN-FM Miami, heard on a local translator, places fifth up 4.0 to 4.8. With the neighboring market subscribers now showing, an additional Miami station shows up with a significant audience in West Palm Beach. Cox Soft AC “Easy 93.1” WFEZ by itself had a 3.2 share, with its stream adding an additional 2.1. Cumulus Adult R&B 103.5 WRBO leads Memphis 11.0 to 11.8. Surging upwards to second is iHeartMedia “95.7 Hallelujah-FM” WHAL 6.9 – 7.4 – 9.6. iHeart Adult R&B “V101” KJMS slips to third down 10.0 to 8.2. Entercom AC “Lite 100.5” WRCH holds onto the majority of its Christmas music audience with a slight 17.5 to 14.1 drop. The company held the top three slots in the market with Hip Hop “Hot 93.7” WZMX in second with a 7.1 to 8.1 rise, while News/Talk 1080 WTIC tied for third 5.8 to 6.8. Tying WTIC was Public News/Talk 90.5 WNPR with a 5.4 to 6.8 gain for yet another format record this month. more
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    February 26th, 2021, 05:56 PM
    From Radio Online: iHeartMedia/Los Angeles EVP/Programming Andrew Jeffries has reigned and will exit on May 28. He's returning to New Zealand after being away for 25 years to spend more time with family and friends. According to an internal memo from iHeartMedia President/Southwest Division Kevin Legrett, "Even More...
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: 247 MEDIA MINISTRIES has reached an agreement with TWIN PORTS RADIO LLC of DULUTH, MN to begin airing 247 MEDIA MINISTRIES CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP 24/7 on W265DO (100.9)/DULUTH, MN fed by SPORTS … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: iHEARTMEDIA/SOUTH FLORIDA has let go three members of their engineering staff. SCOTT SOLKO, a broadcast engineer with 28 years experience, former iHEARTMEDIA/SOUTH FLORIDA Regional … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: Following his departure this week from SONY MUSIC NASHVILLE, where he was Dir./SOUTH and SOUTHWEST Promotion for the ARISTA NASHVILLE imprint, RUSTY SHERRILL is available for his next … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: BEASLEY MEDIA GROUP Country WKXC (KICKS 99)/AUGUSTA, GA is looking for a new member to join its live and local morning show. Applicants should not expect a "four and out the door" … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: ALPHA MEDIA Country KGNC/AMARILLO, TX has added KELSEY SCHULER as MD/Content Director and night host. SCHULER and station OM SCOTT GAINES previously worked together at CUMULUS MEDIA WKHX … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: After nearly five years on the air there, iHEARTMEDIA Country KTEX/McALLEN, TX midday host AMANDA MEY has resigned, effective TODAY (2/26). She started with the station in overnights before … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: ABC AUDIO’s Power Portal service for radio station websites is offering affiliates a four-part video series on prominent women in history for WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH. … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: EVANS BROADCAST COMPANY has upped LSM HENRY EVANS to Market Mgr. for the company's RENO cluster, Alternative KRAT (ALT 92.1), News-Talk KKFT-KSVL (99.1 FM TALK), AC KRFN (FUN 100.9), … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From All Access: ALL ACCESS has confirmed that iHEARTMEDIA/MINNEAPOLIS Market President and iHEARTMEDIA-PLAINS/NORTWEST Regional Division President JEFF TYLER has announced his departure. He'd been … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 03:59 PM
    From Radio Online: Midwest Communications/Duluth, MN, Vice President and Market Manager Shawn Skramstad has announced his retirement after a 47-year radio broadcasting career. He began his career on the programming side before shifting to sales. Skramstad spent time in Minneapolis working for KDWB, WCCO and KEEY More...
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: Pleadings . https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370327
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: Broadcast Applications . https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370290
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: Satellite Policy Branch Accepted for Filing Space Station Applications Accepted for Filing https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370332
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From Radio Insight: “I didn’t see it happening, but Sluggo made it happen.” That was Kevin Ryder talking about joining former KROQ Los Angeles (and KZZP Phoenix) colleague Doug “Sluggo” Roberts in afternoons at crosstown rocker KLOS. Ryder’s abrupt departure last spring as the remaining half of KROQ’s long-running Kevin & Bean morning show (along with the firing of his current team members) was a consumer press story of the sort that radio rarely generates these days, and so was his return to the airwaves. (In between, Ryder survived COVID-19 twice.) I heard the first hour of Kevin & Sluggo on Feb. 18. Because of their history, there was not any audible first day clunkiness, although there were a lot of jokes about a listener pool on when Ryder would say “KROQ.” There was a call from Bob Saget. There was also a bit involving first-day anxiety and a call from Ryder’s “therapist,” “Dr. Bruce Endicott,” who “smelled a little like Ralph to me.” Hearing voice bits from comedian Ralph Garman and former team member Lisa May over the course of the next few days was a reminder of how many personnel changes the Kevin & Bean show survived in a thirty-year run with a Radio Hall of Fame induction near the end. Each departure was a consumer press story unto itself and a reminder of the team’s impact in Southern California. The new program has also been a good showcase for KLOS itself, which has had a strategy of garnering high-profile talent, including morning team Heidi and Frank. Here’s an hour-by-hour rundown of the duo’s third show from Monday, Feb. 22. Break times are approximate. Hour 1 – 3 p.m. 3:09 – Recapping the weekend. Kevin talks about seeing the just-released “Nomadland.” Friends were enraptured. He was bored. (“Did you know Frances McDormand is going to be our guest later today?” Sluggo quips.) (2-1/2 minutes) 3:21 – Introducing the hour’s topic, gender reveal parties gone wrong, with audio about the expectant father who died while rigging an explosive device. (2 minutes) 3:32 – A caller’s gender reveal story: the soccer-themed party where somebody got hit in the head with a ball. (1 minute) 3:40 –The pair goof on a video for National Margarita Day, particularly the notion of gathering friends for a tropical drink during pandemic winter. (1-1/2 minutes) 3:52 – The backsell is Pink Floyd’s “Young Lust”: “Why are we listening to a drunken woman making prank phone calls?” There’s a plug for the text-to-win contest, “Dinero-Saurus Rex,” “son” of the previous contest mascot, “Cash-A-Saurus Rex.” (1 minute) Hour 2 – 4 p.m. 4:08 – The pair tease an upcoming bit, “Slanguage” with Justin Credible, night host of Hip-Hop sister KPWR (Power 106). There’s audio about the United flight that lost an engine over Denver, leading into this hour’s topic: “near death experiences” starting with a story about a hiking mishap. (5-1/2 minutes) 4:21 – The topic turns serious right away. The first listener call is a woman who was at the Mandalay Bay country festival mass-shooting in Las Vegas. The duo shifts the topic to the importance of therapy, which the caller says has allowed her to continue living her life. (2-1/2 minutes) 4:36 – The topic turns lighter (by near-death-experience standards). The next caller had low blood pressure and inadvertently took high-blood-pressure medication. There is another hiking mishap from a caller who didn’t expect to make it down from Mt. Baldy in his sneakers. Then, Matt Pinfield, host of KLOS’ “New and Approved” new music showcase, tells his story of being hit by a car in December 2018. The afternoon’s most riveting moment. (8 minutes) 4:51 – A crossplug for morning team Heidi & Frank whose next topic will be which of the male cast members show the most signs of sexual prowess. (“Is that something the audience wants to know?”) KLOS PD Keith Cunningham shares his most harrowing teenage experience, drinking Everclear at a Ozzy Osbourne/Metallica concert. (Cunningham and a friend had backstage passes, but he spent the visit throwing up while attended to by three strippers.) Pinfield is back to tell the story of AC/DC’s Bon Scott seeing his eventual successor, Brian Johnson onstage with a previous band and being impressed by the singer’s anguished wails, not knowing that he was trying to finish the show with a burst appendix. (4-1/2 minutes) 4:59 – Wrapping up the Pinfield segment with another AC/DC story: an early AC/DC session in which Scott’s vocal sounds particularly urgent, because an amp has caught fire in the studio. (1 minute) Hour 3 – 5 p.m. 5:05 – The 5 o’Clock Free Ride kicks off with the concert solicit and another tease for the “Slanguage” bit. (45 seconds) 5:10 – Justin Credible’s “Slanguage” segment starts simple with “lit” and “turnt up.” (“I don’t think we can pull that one off.”) Then there’s “on God” (for “I swear”) and “that’s OD!” (for “over-the-top”). (6 minutes) 5:23 – The pair tease local music from the band Violent Saturn. Next is a surprise appearance by former KROQ Kevin & Bean team member Lisa May, who preceded Sluggo in moving to KLOS before leaving radio. For old times’ sake, she does traffic for her new hometown of Palm Springs. (3-1/2 minutes) 5:40 – K&S backsell “Young and Dumb” by Violent Saturn. Then the recent news story about customs officials seizing cocaine-laced Corn Flakes leads to a bit with Garman as an amped-up cereal manufacturer who can’t imagine how something like that would’ve happened. (“I’m a legitimate businessman. I am an international cartel, er, company!” (4 minutes) 5:51 – Text-to-win codeword, teaser for the next hour, including a tease for the Foo Fighters’ version of “You Should Be Dancing.” (1 minute) Hour 4 – 6 p.m. 6:10- A caller from Oklahoma welcomes Kevin back to the radio (“now it’s all happy again”) and urges them to “get rid of all the music.” (“Too much music” is a recurring theme in the Twitter comments as well. There are also a few alt-rock fans complaining about the Classic Rock, but at least one “now you play better music”-type comment.) The pair play two songs from the Foo Fighters—“You Should Be Dancing” and the band’s real new single. (1:45) 6:20 – “Have the Foo Fighters ever done a song that you hate?” They haven’t, and Dave Grohl is among the duo’s all-time favorite interviews. The gender reveal story is back and calls are solicited again. (4 minutes) 6:35 – This time the callers include the father of a firefighter who pulled off a successful gender reveal with pink smoke from the firehouse. (“The truck didn’t run anybody over,” he assures them.) (2:30 minutes) 6:45 – A crossplug for the next shift with a caller (a female marijuana dispensary employee) looking for night jock Greg Beharrell. (“He’s in his office hiding. But he can’t hide from himself.”) (2 minutes) I listened again to the 3 p.m. hour of the February 24 show, wrapping up the duo’s first week. This time the first hour topic was a video of a naked man being chased by London police. That led to callers’ stories of being caught outside naked, which lasted the hour, and ended with a story of a naked mom at the caller’s school. As some of the listener comments would indicate, the show thus far reads as a high-profile afternoon drive program, but not a “morning show in afternoons.” There were eight songs in most of the hours I heard, but 9-10 in some hours. Songs were usually in sets of two. Here’s the 3 p.m. hour: Led Zeppelin, “Rock and Roll” Greta Van Fleet, “My Way, Soon” Ozzy Osbourne, “Crazy Train” Soundgarden, “Fell on Black Days” Aerosmith, “Come Together” Weezer, “Beverly Hills” Def Leppard, “Rockit” Pink Floyd, “Young Lust” Cult, “She Sells Sanctuary” Doors, “Break On Through” One of the other recurring themes from fans on social media was asking when there was going to be a podcast. (Soon, says the station.) One or two went as far as implying that they could no longer be troubled by anything as old-school as appointment listening. But the caller response over the past few days has been a good illustration of “radio still works.” Kevin & Sluggo have been soliciting both calls and texts, but they’ve had enough calls to air without the latter in the hours I heard. Gene “Bean” Baxter and former morning team member Allie McKay have launched a podcast, “A Cup of Tea and a Chat with Allie and Bean.” You can also hear him between other people’s content at the U.K.’s intriguing new Podcast Radio. more
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From All Access: After joining BEASLEY/LAS VEGAS as OM and PD at Urban AC KOAS (JAMMIN 105.7) last NOVEMBER, (NET NEWS 11/16/20), CAT THOMAS has resigned, effective MARCH 9th, to pursue a lucrative … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: Streamlined International Applications Accepted For Filing . https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370321
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: Actions . https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370326
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: Emergency Broadband Benefit Program FCC Adopts Report and Order for Emergency Broadband Benefit Program https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370347
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: Broadcast Actions . https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370289
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From the FCC: FCC Announces The Eighth Meeting Of The Communications Security, Reliability, And Interoperability Council VII On March 10, 2021 The FCC announces that the Communications Security, Reliability, and Interoperability Council VII will meet Wednesday, March 10, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. EST, via conference call and available to the public via the Internet https://www.fcc.gov/edoc/370353
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From All Access: PACIFIC TELESTATIONS, LLC is donating Silent KUAM-A/AGANA, GUAM to GOOD NEWS BROADCASTING CORPORATION (JOY FM). In other filings with the FCC, LINCOLN UNIVERSITY has applied for an STA to … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From All Access: CAPITOL/CMG artist TOBYMAC hits the road this Spring with his popular drive-in series. TOBYMAC'S band DIVERSE CITY and COCHREN & CO. hit the road in APRIL with the first stop in … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From All Access: Comedian and actor LESLIE JORDAN and Country music songwriter TRAVIS HOWARD will launch "Hunker Down Radio" on APPLE MUSIC COUNTRY on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28th at 1p (CT). Each weekly, … more
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    February 26th, 2021, 01:11 PM
    From All Access: IHEARTMEDIA/SOUTH FLORIDA has let go two members of their engineering staff. SCOTT SOLKO, a broadcast engineer with 28 years experience, former iHEARTMEDIA/SOUTH FLORIDA Regional Engineering … more
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