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    October 23rd, 2017, 09:14 AM
    From All Access: ABC "GOOD MORNING AMERICA" co-anchor and "EVERYBODY'S GOT SOMETHING" podcast host ROBIN ROBERTS will receive the NAB Distinguished Service Award at the opening of the … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 09:14 AM
    From All Access: RADIO ONE/WASHINGTON, D.C. celebrated the 40th Anniversary of DONNIE SIMPSON with a star-studded concert filled with surprises and some of SIMPSON’s favorite DMV and national artists … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 09:14 AM
    From All Access: The WESTWOOD ONE PODCAST NETWORK has added a new football show with former NFL quarterback KURT WARNER. "THE KURT WARNER QUARTERBACK PODCAST," produced in partnership with the … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 09:14 AM
    From All Access: Due to benefit show "COUNTRY RISING" at NASHVILLE's BRIDGESTONE ARENA quickly selling out after its reveal in SEPTEMBER (NET NEWS 9/29), a second event, "COUNTRY RISING: … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 08:14 AM
    From Radio Insight: From RadioInsight Brigham Young University is consolidating its local and national broadcast operations which will lead to the end of its Classical music programming on 89.1 KBYU-FM Provo/Salt Lake City on June 30, 2018. On that date “Classical 89” will begin simulcasting the Talk/Sports programming of “BYU Radio” currently heard on SiriusXM channel 143. BYU Radio carries LDS Church oriented talk shows and programming connected to BYU’s sports teams. The station and its network of translators throughout Utah are the only terrestrial Classical voices in the state, although University of Utah’s 90.1 KUER-HD3 carries the Classical24 network for HD Radio listeners. At the same time KBYU-TV will drop its PBS affiliation and switch to the national BYUtv programming service, while the university shuts down its Spanish language BYUtv International carried on cable and satellite in Latin American countries. BYU Broadcasting today announced plans to consolidate its television operations, BYUtv, KBYU Channel Eleven and BYUtv International, into one, nationwide television network. Similarly, BYU Broadcasting said it plans to consolidate its radio operations, BYUradio (on SiriusXM Satellite Radio) and KBYU-FM/Classical 89, into a single radio network. The changes will take effect on June 30, 2018, at which time BYU Broadcasting will center all its resources and attention on two closely-correlated, multiplatform products, BYUtv and BYUradio. In the Utah market, KBYU Eleven is currently available in HD across all platforms, including over-the-air, and on cable and satellite, while BYUtv is only available in HD on some of these platforms. Beginning in June, BYUtv will enjoy full HD availability on all platforms across Utah through KBYU’s broadcasting license. With this change, KBYU Eleven will no longer be a member station of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). “KBYU Eleven has long been a proud member station of PBS. But as such, our schedule has been duplicative of KUED, the PBS member station at the University of Utah,” said Michael Dunn, managing director of BYU Broadcasting. “By consolidating our services, we will be able to focus all our attention on creating and offering new original programming for both Utah and our growing nationwide audiences on BYUtv. We have valued our relationship with KUED and appreciate that PBS fare will continue to be enjoyed across Utah through KUED. We look forward to continued collaboration with KUED and other PBS member stations on original content opportunities in the future.” In a similar fashion, Classical 89, heard over-the-air in Utah at 89.1 and 89.5 on the FM dial, will become BYUradio, which up to this point has been available on SiriusXM Satellite Radio, on the Internet and through various digital platforms. BYUradio will continue to offer its current mixed format of live locally-hosted talk, public affairs, educational and classical music programming. Going forward, BYU Broadcasting will also continue to invest in and expand its Spanish-language content for audiences throughout Latin America as well as domestically in the United States. BYUtv International, which had limited distribution across Latin America, will discontinue over-the-air, satellite and cable broadcasts. This will enable BYU Broadcasting to further invest in international content available over its state-of-the-art streaming services offered at BYUtv.com. These changes will allow BYU Broadcasting to streamline and utilize all employees and internal resource services for two media portals instead of five. This change will not require a reduction in force. “BYU Broadcasting will continue to emphasize original, values-oriented, family content on BYUtv and BYUradio,” said Dunn. “This consolidation of services will allow our organization to focus, simplify and unify the future of our media portals. At the same time, we will also be able to offer the Utah market comprehensive HD access to these major investments in content, including more than 500 hours annually of live HD collegiate sports programming.” BYUtv’s original programming, including Studio C, Granite Flats, Random Acts, American Ride and Story Trek as well as original music specials, feature films, docudramas and sports programming, has garnered 77 Emmy Awards over the last six years. At the same time, BYUradio has continued to grow its nationwide audience on satellite radio by offering more than 3,000 hours of original content each year, including unprecedented growth in podcasts. BYUtv is the only national network originating from Utah and creates more original entertainment and live sports content than any other channel in Utah. Likewise, BYUradio is the only Utah-based radio service available nationwide on SiriusXM. In addition to BYU Broadcasting’s offerings on traditional television and radio platforms, such as over-the-air, cable and satellite delivery, BYU Broadcasting has been a pioneer in digital delivery of its content. BYUtv was the first television network in the United States to stream all of its content live and unencrypted over the Internet. Today, BYUtv content is available live and on-demand on multiple digital platforms, including over the Internet, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Xbox One, Windows Media and digital apps for iOS and Android. BYUradio is also available as a streaming audio channel on the Dish Network as well as www.tunein.com. BYUradio podcasts can be heard on iTunes, Stitcher, Tunein and Google Play. The post Salt Lake City To Lose Classical As BYU Consolidates Operations appeared first on RadioInsight. more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 08:14 AM
    From All Access: Congratulations to MCA NASHVILLE's KIP MOORE, who topped the MEDIABASE Country singles chart this week with his single, "More Girls Like You." This marks MOORE's fourth … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 08:14 AM
    From the FCC: Statement of Commissioner Michael O'Rielly on Speed Act . https://apps.fcc.gov:443/edocs_public/index.do?document=347356
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:36 AM
    From All Access: MUSIC CHOICE has partnered with UNCONVENTIONAL STUDIO’s Celebrity Page, a daily 1/2 hour celebrity-friendly TV show that entered its 5th season last month and airs in syndication in … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:36 AM
    From All Access: Former ATLANTA FALCON BOB WHITFIELD has exited "THE REGULAR GUYS" on DICKEY BROADCASTING Sports WFOM-A-W292EV (THE FAN 2)/ATLANTA, but will stick around to host another show on one … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:36 AM
    From Radio Insight: From RadioInsight Educational Media Foundation has purchased 89.3 KRSA Moss Beach and 103.3 K277CH San Francisco CA from Bill Lacy’s Broadcast Towers Inc. and Educational Public Radio Inc. for $414,000. The two signals will complete EMF’s “K-Love” coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area to fill in holes where its 107.3 KLVS Livermore does not reach. KRSA serves Daly City, South San Francisco and San Mateo south of the city while K277CH holds a CP to upgrade from 10w to 99w/378m to cover San Francisco proper. EMF’s 88.9 K205BM San Rafael currently covers San Francisco itself but holds a CP to relocate to Oakland from a tower near Berkeley where it will fill-in gaps in the East Bay with 250w vertical/453m. The post K-Love Expands Its San Francisco Presence appeared first on RadioInsight. more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:36 AM
    From All Access: THE NEW YORK TIMES writes, "There were more than 200 radio programmers milling around the back of KELLY CLARKSON’s stately lakeside home on a recent THURSDAY evening here, sipping … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:36 AM
    From All Access: BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY is making changes to its broadcasting department that will consolidate its TV and radio operations into single national networks for each medium. For radio, the … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:02 AM
    From All Access: ... are now available for BEND, OR; KAUAI, HI and MAUI, HI. Find the 12+ results at www.allaccess.com/eastlan. … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:02 AM
    From All Access: Longtime AC/DC producer GEORGE YOUNG has died at 70. YOUNG was the eldest brother of AC/DC co-founders MALCOLM and ANGUS YOUNG. The NEW YORK DAILY NEWS reports, "The death of YOUNG, … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:02 AM
    From All Access: EDUCATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO, INC. is selling noncommercial AC KRSA (RELAX 103.3)/MOSS BEACH, CA and BROADCAST TOWERS is selling K277CH/SAN FRANCISCO to EDUCATIONAL MEDIA FOUNDATION for $414,000 … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:02 AM
    From All Access: FCC Commissioner MICHAEL O'RIELLY posted another blog item FRIDAY (10/20) reiterating his support for Chairman AJIT PAI's initiative to eliminate more rules from the books, asking … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:02 AM
    From Talkers: Bruce Kelly Joins Grenax Broadcasting’s Flagstaff, AZ Cluster.* Radio pro Bruce Kelly is named director of programming and operations at Grenax Broadcasting’s Flagstaff, Arizona station group that includes news/talk KBTK “97.1 The Big Talker” and music outlets classic hits KFLX “Rewind 92.5/104.1,” country KSED “107.5 Kolt Country,” and classic rock KWMX “96.7 The Wolf.”* Grenax general manager Stan Pierce says, “ is a talented programmer with a long history of on-air success and a creative thinker on the marketing front.* Bringing in someone of Bruce’s caliber reflects our commitment to provide our community of Northern Arizona with top-quality radio.” North Korea War Talk, Trump Tax Plan, McCain-Trump Feud, New O’Reilly Settlement Allegation, Carter NYT Interview, Potential Uranium One Probe, James Toback Harassment Accusations, Mueller Investigates Podesta Group, Astros Win AL Pennant, and NFL Action Among Top News/Talk Stories Over the Weekend. The saber rattling between North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump; the Trump Administration’s tax reform plan; the ongoing feud between Trump and John McCain and McCain’s shot at the president over Vietnam War draft deferments; new allegations of a $32 million settlement between Bill O’Reilly and a sexual harassment accuser; Jimmy Carter’s New York Times interview; Robert Mueller’s investigation into an Obama-era deal with Russian firm Uranium One; director James Toback is accused of sexual harassment by numerous actresses; the Houston Astros beat the Yankees to win the American League pennant; and Sunday’s NFL action and poor attendance at a number of stadiums were some of the most-talked-about stories on news/talk radio over the weekend, according to ongoing research from TALKERS magazine. Sally Quinn Guests on This Week’s Harrison Podcast.* Longtime*Washington Post*journalist, columnist, television commentator, Washington insider, author and legendary social hostess,*Sally Quinn*is this week’s guest on the award-winning*PodcastOne*series “Up Close and Far Out with*Michael Harrison.”* She candidly discusses her Watergate-era, wildly romantic, extra-marital love affair, and subsequent enduring marriage of more than four decades to legendary*Washington Post*executive editor*Ben Bradlee, as well as her idiosyncratic relationship with religion, sexual harassment in politics as well as media… and much more.* (She claims the late U.S. Senator*John Tower*tried to rape her in the back of a taxi.)* Quinn is currently promoting her new book,*Finding Magic: A Spiritual Memoir*(HarperOne, 2017) and Harrison was granted one of her first interviews.* To hear this fascinating podcast in its entirety, please click*here*or click on the “Up Close and Far Out” player box located in the right-hand column on every page of Talkers.com. More...
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    October 23rd, 2017, 07:02 AM
    From Radio Insight: From RadioInsight Less than a year after moving to mornings at Emmis CHR “96.3 Now” KNOU St. Louis, Lux is returning to her previous 2-7pm afternoon shift at sister Alternative “105.7 The Point” KPNT Collinville IL. Lux started her entire career at KPNT starting in promotions and weekends in 2007. She moved up to middays in 2012 and afternoons in 2013. In December 2016, she slid over to KNOU to co-host mornings with comedian/musician Tim Convy. He will remain in place at the now rebranded Tim Convy Show. Makena ‘Mak’ Carmean, who had moved from weekends to afternoons concurrent with Lux’s move to KNOU, will slide down to the previously jockless 7pm-12am night slot. The post Lux Returns To 105.7 The Point St. Louis appeared first on RadioInsight. more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 06:24 AM
    From All Access: Industry insiders receive ALL ACCESS' exclusive MEDIABASE chart recap analysis in their e-mail box every MONDAY morning. How about you? This week's data from ANTHONY ACAMPORA, Partner … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 06:24 AM
    From All Access: JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE shared via TWITTER yesterday afternoon (10/22) that he will be the performer at the Super Bowl Halftime Show on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2018 at U.S. BANK STADIUM IN MINNEAPOLIS. … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 06:24 AM
    From Radio Insight: From RadioInsight Former Americon Idol judge Randy Jackson has launched a new weekly podcast on PodcastOne. Sessions with Randy Jackson will feature interviews with entertainers Jackson befriended during him career. The first episode debuted on Friday with former Idol contestant Haley Reinhart talking about her new album. Jackson previously hosted a syndicated weekend countdown show for Westwood One from 2006-2010. Grammy Award-winning producer, musician, songwriter, manager, author and former American Idol judge, Randy Jackson, debuts his new podcast today on PodcastOne, America’s largest advertiser-supported podcast network. Titled Sessions with Randy Jackson, the series will feature one-on-one interviews with the entertainers Jackson befriended over his decades-long career, including the tales of their own journey through the world and business of music. Debuting today with Haley Reinhart, who just released her new album What’s That Sound?, new episodes will be available every Friday on PodcastOne.com, the PodcastOne app and Apple Podcasts. Highlights from the show will also be available in virtual reality/360-video on the PodcastOne app. “Hey, I’m so excited to be launching my new show with PodcastOne – Sessions with Randy Jackson,” said Jackson. “This is going to be an amazing time to connect with friends and colleagues throughout my career – past, present, and future. This is a chance for them to share what they really want the public to know about them, and it’s the only place you’re going to get it. Here, on Sessions with Randy Jackson on PodcastOne.” PodcastOne Founder and Executive Chairman Norman Pattiz said, “Reunited. Randy’s radio show was on Westwood One for many years. I’m really happy that Randy’s new podcast will be with PodcastOne. It’s going to be great.” The post Randy Jackson Joins PodcastOne appeared first on RadioInsight. more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 05:45 AM
    From All Access: CBS RADIO hosted its fifth annual "We Can Survive" show at the historic HOLLYWOOD BOWL on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21st. The show featured performances by ALESSIA CARA, HARRY STYLES, … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 05:45 AM
    From All Access: The early look at the building WWRS 2018 Agenda is here! More great names in programming and imaging have been added! Hundreds of your peers in Radio, Music, Social/Digital from across … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 05:45 AM
    From All Access: Industry insiders receive ALL ACCESS' exclusive MEDIABASE chart recap analysis in their e-mail box every MONDAY morning. How about you? This week's data from ANTHONY ACAMPORA, Partner … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 05:45 AM
    From All Access: ALL ACCESS Happy Birthday wishes on MONDAY (10/23) to retired record exec MIKE JACOBS, KDAY/LOS ANGELES' PJ BUTTA, former ALL ACCESS Rock guy-turned wine entrepreneur DOUG LAGAMBINA, … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 05:45 AM
    From All Access: After a strong run doing mornings at PARTYBOY BUELLER LIVE!, an Internet morning show that aired on several internet streams around the world including outlets based in AUSTIN, TX, HOUSTON, … more
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    October 23rd, 2017, 01:05 AM
    From Radio Online: Billboard has announced that greater emphasis will be given to paid subscription streams with ad-supported activity remaining an important factor when compiling the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard 200 and other charts. Currently, the publication only distinguishes between streams from on-demand platforms versus programmed … more
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    October 22nd, 2017, 10:41 PM
    From Radio Online: Viva Media has closed on its purchase of 100kW Regional Mexican KQFX-FM (La Caliente 104.3) licensed to Borger, TX and serving the Amarillo market from Tejas Broadcasting for $650,000. Viva Media is headed by Maria Cenicernos, CEO and has additional Texas broadcast interests. Tejas Broadcasting is headed by Jim Anderson, CEO … more
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    October 22nd, 2017, 10:41 PM
    From Radio Online: Cumulus Media's WABC-AM/New York adds "Go Big or Go Home," a new call-in business talk show hosted by business leader and entrepreneur Tom Maoli, to its weekly line-up. The one-hour program debuts on Sunday, October 22 from 7-8pm. On "Go Big or Go Home," Maoli reveals his secrets, tips and insights for entrepreneurial and … more
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    October 22nd, 2017, 02:27 PM
    From Radio Insight: From RadioInsight Sirius Syncope Variety 90.7 WAZU Peoria IL will flip to Urban in mid-November. WAZU currently airs a mix of local talk and music programming along with some shows syndicated by Pacifica. Owner Jeremy Styninger told the Peoria Journal-Star that the change will come as he turns over programming to former WAZU host DeMarcus ‘DJ Smooth’ Hamilton due to he needing to deal with his health following a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis last year. WAZU had been dealing with fundraising issues as an online fundraiser earlier this year netted the station only $958 dollars. Hamilton told the Star, “I think I know what the city needs. There’s been a void on local radio when it comes to the urban AC format. I know the station faces challenges but we’re not clocking out. The word is starting to spread about the station. There’s new excitement.” The post Peoria NonComm To Flip To Urban AC appeared first on RadioInsight. more
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