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    August 5th, 2021, 04:08 PM
    From Radio Online: iHeartMedia reported second quarter revenue grew 77% to $861.6 million from $487.6 million in 2020. Revenue from the Multiplatform Group (radio) increased 69.7% to $605.8 million from $357.1 million, while Digital Audio Group revenue climbed 112% to $197.9 million from $93.2 million and Audio andamp; More...
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    August 5th, 2021, 04:08 PM
    From Radio Online: MediaCo's WQHT-FM (Hot 97)/New York appoints TT Torrez as Vice President of Artist and Label Relations. Torrez is the first woman of color to hold this post at Hot 97. She'll oversee MedicaCo's Artist event marketing, special events and promotions, and artist audio and digital content strategy and More...
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    August 5th, 2021, 03:27 PM
    From Radio Insight: Following the retirement of longtime West Virginia Radio Corporation President/CEO Dale Miller, the company has announced it has hired former Alpha Media Midwest Regional President George Pelletier as his successor. Pelletier oversaw 28 of Alpha’s 42 markets after joining the company following its 2016 acquisition of Digity where her served as Chief Operating Officer. Pelletier also served as COO for GoodRadio.TV and previously was Chairman of the RAB’s Small Market Advisory Committee. WVRC Chairman John Raese stated, “After an extensive search, George Pelletier was the clear choice to lead West Virginia Radio Corporation into the future. Given his extensive background and experience in smaller and medium markets, we knew right away that George was the right person for this very important position in our company.” more
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    August 5th, 2021, 03:27 PM
    From All Access: FM Auction 109 has closed after eight bidding days, with the FCC taking in a net provisional winning bid total of $12,344,110 after 36 rounds.The biggest winning bid was iHEARTMEDIA's iHM … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 03:27 PM
    From All Access: BONNEVILLE's Classic Rock KUFX (98.5 KFOX)/SAN JOSE's KARINA FARIAS is departing the station to be with her husband in TEXAS. Her last day is tentatively scheduled for OCTOBER … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 03:27 PM
    From All Access: At least 83 COVID-19 cases have been linked to the three-day FASTER HORSES FESTIVAL in BROOKLYN, MI last month. The Country music event was held JULY 16th-18th at the MICHIGAN INTERNATIONAL … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 03:27 PM
    From All Access: Attendees at COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR latest "CRS360" webinar YESTERDAY (8/4) learned some tips and techniques for easing back into office work after what, for many, has been well over … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From Radio Insight: MediaCo Rhythmic CHR “Hot 97” WQHT New York has announced the promotion of TT Torrez to Vice President of Artist and Label Relations. Torrez will continue to serve as Music Director and multi-media personality for the station, which she joined in 2014. In her new role, Torrez will oversee MedicaCo’s Artist event marketing, special events and promotions, and artist audio and digital content strategy and campaigns. She began her career on-air at WCHH Charlotte NC before moving to WSSP Charleston as midday host. She later spent five years at Music Choice as a programmer and host and worked part-time at WUSL Philadelphia before joining Radio One’s WCDX Richmond as Music Director in 2008, a role she held until joining WQHT in October 2014. MediaCo’s Hot 97 has announced TT TORREZ as Vice President of Artist and Label Relations. Torrez is the first woman of color to hold this position at Hot 97. Torrez will oversee MedicaCo’s Artist event marketing, special events and promotions, and artist audio and digital content strategy and campaigns in her new post. Torrez joined HOT 97 in October 2014, was most recently HOT 97’s Music Director and Multi-Media Personality, and will continue her current duties in addition to her new role. “I’m so excited about this role and the significance of being the first woman of color to hold this position at Hot 97. To look at where I started, earning my business degree during the pandemic and working hard to earn this promotion, I’m fulfilling my dream of representing women of color in the workplace. So often, Black and Brown women are underrepresented in leadership roles, and I’m proud to have a seat at the table. My most important role is to elevate and open doors for the women coming up. As Harriet Tubman said, “Every great dream begins with a dreamer.” Thank you, MediaCo, for allowing me to represent culture and community; where I can be my most authentic self.” MediaCo Senior Vice President of Programming, Pio Ferro, said, “TT is one of the most respected execs and talents in our industry with incredible relationships with artists and labels. From day one, TT has been a passionate advocate for Hot 97, our culture, our artists, and her relentless devotion to the Hip Hop community. TT has played a pivotal role in taking our prominence in Hip Hop to new heights, and I’m thrilled to announce this richly deserved promotion.” HOT 97 and WBLS are owned and operated by MediaCo Holding Inc. (NASDAQ: MDIA), New York. MediaCo Holding Inc. is a media company. It operates two radio stations, (WHQT-FM) HOT 97 and WBLS-FM, which serve the New York City metropolitan area. more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From All Access: MEDIACO Top 40/Rhythmic WQHT (HOT 97)/NEW YORK has upped TT TORREZ to VP/Artist and Label Reletions. TORREZ retains her roles as MD and multi-media personality. TORREZ is the first woman of … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From All Access: FM Auction 109 has closed after 8 bidding days, with the FCC taking in a net provisional winning bid total of $12,344,110 after 36 rounds.The biggest winning bid was iHEARTMEDIA's iHM … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From All Access: Longtime DENVER morning radio personality KATHIE J has landed a new TV show on KCDO-TV (LOCAL3)/DENVER. THE KATHIE J. SHOW made its debut MONDAY (8/2) at 9a.Most recently, KATHIE J. was … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From All Access: COX MEDIA GROUP News-Talk WSB-A-WSBB (95.5 WSB)/ATLANTA raised $1,671,813 in its 21st annual 95.5 WSB Care-a-Thon to benefit the AFLAC CANCER AND BLOOD DISORDERS CENTER of CHILDREN'S … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From All Access: THE VALORY MUSIC CO. has signed Country artist TIERA to its roster. Along with independently releasing her self-titled debut EP earlier in the year, she also hosts a daily radio show on APPLE … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From All Access: A branded content podcast from SALESFORCE and iHEARTMEDIA is a look at how companies, nonprofits, and government entities work together to address some of the challenges facing the … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 02:17 PM
    From All Access: SIRIUSXM has launched two new GRATEFUL DEAD channels on the SXM App, DEAD TRACKS and DEAD ARCHIVE. In addition to the existing GRATEFUL DEAD Channel (Ch. 23), the new channels delve deep into … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From Radio Online: Beasley Broadcast Group reported second quarter net revenue grew 96.1% to $59.6 million from $30.4 million in 2020. Operating income climbed to $5.8 million from an operating loss of $17.6 million. Station Operating Income (SOI) increased by $21.1 million to $11.1 million from a negative SOI of $11 More...
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From Radio Online: Saga Communications reported second quarter net revenue grew 66.3% to $28 million from $16.9 million in 2020. Station operating expense increased 12.9% to $21 million from $18.6 million, while station operating income climbed to $8.4 million from a loss of More...
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From Radio Online: Former NFL football player, all-pro and Super Bowl champion T.J. Lang joins WXYT-FM (97.1 The Ticket) in Detroit and the Detroit Lions Radio Network, effective August 6. Lang will join Dan Miller and Lomas Brown as the sideline reporter. He'll also be in studio on the station each week throughout More...
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From Radio Online: ABC News' podcast "The Dropout" returns with new episodes as Elizabeth Holmes -- once the youngest self-made female billionaire -- goes on trial for alleged fraud, facing decades in prison, if convicted. The program is hosted by ABC News Chief Business, Technology andamp; Economics Correspondent More...
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From Radio Insight: The FCC’s Auction 109 of of 136 FM signals and 4 AM signals has come to an end after eight days and 36 rounds of bidding with 97 of the potential licenses won. The auction brought in $13,770,950 in bids with a net of $12,344,110 following the use of bidding credits. The two biggest items in the auction accounted for most of those proceeds with iHeartMedia bidding $6,146,000 for the Class B 107.9 Sacramento allocation that had been surrendered by Entercom in 2017 and Tabbassum Mumtaz’s Radio Brands Inc. offering $3,080,000 for the Class C3 104.1 Sanger TX that Cumulus Media turned in to the FCC in 2013. Mumtaz is the CEO of Ampex Brands that owns hundreds of chain restaurant and 7-11 franchises across the country and recently acquired the Au Bon Pain chain. He also owns fifty percent of 700 KHSE Wylie/104.1 K281CS McKinney in the Dallas market. The four St. Louis area AMs that were added to the auction all went without receiving a bid. Other noticeable allocations to not receive bids were 94.1 Keeseville NY that would’ve covered Burlington VT and 102.9 Battlement Mesa CO due to their high $75,000 opening bid requirement. The FCC will release a public notice within the next several days that provides official notification to winning bidders, specifies the deadline for payments and long form application filing, and gives details for other post-auction procedures. This public notice will be mailed overnight to all bidders. Each bidder should review the public notice to determine its post-auction obligations. Additionally, this public notice will be posted on the Auction 109 website at www.fcc.gov/auction/109. More details coming. The full list of provisionally winning bids can be seen here: Frequency City State Class Winning Bidder Winning Round Bid Amount 99.7 Medicine Bow WY C3 Valdez-Schwartz, Nanette 30 $37,000 100.1 Ludlow CA B1 Lynett, William R 30 $54,000 102.9 Randsburg CA A ENT Inc. 32 $45,000 103.9 Essex CA B ITM, LLC 35 $190,00 100.7 Caliente NV A SSR Communications, Inc. 28 $34,000 104.5 Kahlotus WA A Xana HD Solutions, LLC 28 $36,000 92.3 Hugo CO A ScarboroughRadio, LLC 27 $19,000 98.9 Albany TX A WesTex Towers, Inc. 24 $95,000 96.1 Chama NM C3 glover, richard m 23 $28,000 100.9 Tomahawk WI C3 The Salvation Poem Foundation, Inc. 23 $129,000 96.9 Grand Marais MN C3 Wireless LLC 22 $4,100 103.1 Crandon WI A The Salvation Poem Foundation, Inc. 22 $58,000 104.3 Olney TX A Two Way Communications, LLC 22 $48,000 98.9 Rison AR A Deltaplex Radio, LLC 20 $19,000 101.5 Crystal Beach TX A Mekaddesh Group Corporation 20 $85,000 106.9 Carrizo Springs TX A Mekaddesh Group Corporation 20 $25,000 107.9 Sacramento CA B iHM Licenses, LLC 20 $6,146,000 101.3 Pigeon MI A Thumb Broadcasting, Inc. 19 $124,000 104.9 Maryville MO C3 Eagle Communications, Inc. 19 $89,000 106.3 Desert Hills AZ A ITM, LLC 19 $266,000 94.5 Cartago CA A NYX Communications, Inc. 18 $9,800 103.5 San Isidro TX A Xavier Entertainment, LLC 18 $64,000 99.3 Pembroke GA C1 Rodriguez, Nelson 17 $400,000 99.9 Custer MI A Hit Radio Media, LLC 17 $51,000 103.3 Junction TX C3 American Broadcasting of Texas 16 $1,500 104.1 Sanger TX C3 Radio Brands, Inc. 16 $3,080,000 92.3 Tusayan AZ C1 Estrella Broadcasting LLC 15 $17,000 94.1 Salome AZ A Estrella Broadcasting LLC 15 $4,300 94.5 Bruce MS A SSR Communications, Inc. 15 $17,000 94.9 Richland Springs TX A QXZ MediaWorks LLC 15 $3,700 99.9 Carney MI A Henderson, Suzanne D 14 $38,000 92.7 Tonopah NV A RxDIO.com LLC 13 $7,600 96.3 Houghton MI C1 Houghton Community Broadcasting 13 $91,000 100.7 Premont TX C3 Christian Ministries of the Valley, Inc. 13 $32,000 106.3 Maplesville AL A WKLF LLC 13 $76,000 93.3 Onekama MI C3 Henderson, Suzanne D 12 $39,000 98.7 Wells TX A American Broadcasting of Texas 12 $35,000 99.3 Marbleton WY C1 Wind River Broadcasting, Inc. 12 $9,200 102.9 King City CA A Dimes Media Corporation 12 $58,000 93.5 Carrizo Springs TX A Xavier Entertainment, LLC 11 $47,000 93.5 Earlimart CA A Wood, Tracy K 10 $194,000 95.1 Trout Lake WA A Sunnylands Broadcasting, LLC 10 $35,000 97.9 Englewood TN A Smile FM 10 $31,000 101.1 Coupeville WA A Wood, Tracy K 10 $212,000 106.9 Fort Walton Beach FL A Cella, Eugene 10 $395,000 102.7 Centerville TX A Mekaddesh Group Corporation 9 $6,300 106.5 Wheatland WY A Michael Radio Company, LLC 9 $3,500 95.3 Teague TX C3 Max Frequency LLC 8 $85,000 97.3 Coalinga CA B1 Gomez, Nelson 8 $45,000 102.7 Milano TX A Max Frequency LLC 8 $83,000 97.3 Orange MA A Wendell, Steven 7 $138,000 97.7 Cross City FL C3 CircuitWerkes, Inc. 7 $46,000 105.1 Haynesville LA A Peebles Broadcasting Group Inc 7 $3,900 97.3 Bogata TX A Max Frequency LLC 6 $49,000 98.3 Big Lake TX C2 Matos Barreto, Juan C 6 $2,000 98.9 Lake Isabella MI A Smile FM 5 $78,000 102.9 Narrowsburg NY A Bold Gold Media Group, L.P. 4 $56,000 103.3 Shelter Island NY A Educational Media Foundation 4 $88,000 94.5 Sagaponack NY A Bark Out Loud Dogs Media, LLC 2 $50,000 104.3 Albin WY C3 Michael Radio Company, LLC 2 $2,500 105.9 Rising Star TX C3 Henderson, Suzanne D 2 $5,000 107.5 Rawlins WY C2 Michael Radio Company, LLC 2 $5,000 92.1 Cottonwood CA A Bustos Media Holdings, LLC 1 $37,000 92.9 Rockford IA A VCY America, Inc. 1 $25,000 93.5 Roscoe TX A WesTex Towers, Inc. 1 $18,000 94.1 Boardman OR C3 Xana HD Solutions, LLC 1 $7,500 94.7 Overgaard AZ C1 Estrella Broadcasting LLC 1 $20,000 95.1 Hale Center TX C1 Matos Barreto, Juan C 1 $21,000 95.5 Edgefield SC A Glory Communications, Inc 1 $25,000 95.9 Skyline-Ganipa NM A Davis, Don 1 $10,000 97.1 Stratton CO C1 KNAB Inc. 1 $7,500 97.3 Jefferson NH A Lakes Media, LLC 1 $10,000 97.9 Encino TX A Mekaddesh Group Corporation 1 $2,500 98.1 Bayard NE A Flood Communications West, LLC 1 $16,000 98.5 Ft. Bragg CA B1 Rubin Broadcasting, Inc 1 $10,000 98.5 Rule TX A WesTex Towers, Inc. 1 $2,300 98.9 San Isidro TX A Mekaddesh Group Corporation 1 $750 99.1 Gackle ND C1 Zeller, Jordan 1 $15,000 99.3 Eckley CO C1 KNAB Inc. 1 $7,500 99.5 Paragonah UT A Frandsen, M. Kent 1 $20,000 100.3 Clayton OK A Mega Moo radio company 1 $1,500 100.5 Fort Stockton TX C Mekaddesh Group Corporation 1 $15,000 100.9 Westfield NY A The ERIE Radio Company, LLC 1 $25,000 101.5 New Albany MS A Kennedy Broadcasting, LLC 1 $25,000 101.7 New Augusta MS A Blakeney Communications, Inc. 1 $45,000 102.1 Lockney TX C3 GRACE COMMUNITY CHRUCH OF AMARILLO 1 $7,500 102.7 Cora WY C2 Wind River Broadcasting, Inc. 1 $3,500 103.3 Mullins TX A Goehl, Bradley S 1 $5,000 103.9 Dunkerton IA A VCY America, Inc. 1 $60,000 104.1 First Mesa AZ C Across Nations 1 $15,000 104.9 Sells AZ A Estrella Broadcasting LLC 1 $1,500 105.3 Huntington UT C3 Eastern Utah Broadcasting Company 1 $10,000 105.5 Lovelady TX A Mekaddesh Group Corporation 1 $7,500 106.1 Abingdon IL A Galesburg Broadcasting Company 1 $25,000 107.5 West Rutland VT A Vermont Public Co. 1 $29,000 107.9 Raymond WA A Sunnylands Broadcasting, LLC 1 $7,500 107.9 Boonville CA A Henry, Brian 1 $7,500 more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From Radio Insight: It was clear early on that “Fancy Like” by Walker Hayes was going to be a song that nobody liked except the audience. The first PD I talked to was cringing at the notion of playing it. The one thing we agreed on was that the time was now, to take advantage of its social media and streaming activity. Even in a Country format where non-superstar records develop glacially, “Fancy Like” wasn’t a record that audiences were going to take 40 weeks to become familiar with or understand.* At this writing, “Fancy Like” is up 48-38 on BDSRadio’s Country chart with 920 spins and +344 spins from last week, all in its fifth week since cracking the 100-spin mark. It’s a fast start for a non-superstar title. It is also, as Country Insider editor Brian Mansfield notes, the No. 1 Country streaming song. Citing the streams vs. airplay difference for Nelly & Florida Georgia Line’s “Lil Bit” as well, Mansfield asks if radio is acknowledging streaming enough. The radio-station programmers he interviews are split between those trying to react more quickly to streaming stories and those still skeptical of whether they’ll translate to familiarity or preference in other research. As Country radio grapples with the chasm between a glacial chart and other metrics, one of the issues has been that the chart covers stations on three different templates, as if Mainstream AC, Hot AC, and CHR stations all reported to one pop chart, in which no song could go No. 1 until making it to WLTW (Lite FM) New York, roughly 9-15 months after release. Nashville has resisted the concept of multiple charts, but wouldn’t an “Active Country” and a “Mainstream Country” chart create more stories that could reinforce each other? Through all of this, I’ve wondered which stations count as “Active Country.” Is it the Cox stations that are relatively aggressive on new music and triage it more like CHR stations? Is it the big-market outlets that have CHR-like high spin counts, but still add songs to daytime rotation slowly? Using Mansfield’s story as an impetus, I used BDS to put together a custom chart of stations playing Walker Hayes, Nelly/FGL, and a third streaming hit, Elle King & Miranda Lambert’s “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home).” I also threw in a few other stations I considered aggressive on new music.* I tried the chart with and without Sirius XM’s The Highway. That version also included Nashville rimshotter (but monitored) WYCZ (Young Country), a Country reporter, but really a young-end CHR that plays Country music when it’s hot at its own format, not much later. I looked at mostly stations in the top 125 markets; I found myself with about 70 reporters, half of what BDS uses overall. Walker Hayes is a different type of song from the Nelly/FGL and Elle/Miranda debuts, which bend the parameters of the format for some programmers. But they are the No. 1, No. 2, and No. 6 most-streamed Country songs, according to BDS. I figured a station that would champion any of the three would be one that shows some enterprise on music. I looked for stations playing any of those songs at least 10x a week and took out a few where 70% or more of those spins were in overnights. So who was playing all three? KUPL (the Bull) Portland, Ore. KWNR (the Bull) Las Vegas; WCKN (Kickin’ Country) Charleston, S.C.; WIL St. Louis; WJVC Long Island, N.Y.; WWKA (K92) Orlando (and rival WOTW). Not surprisingly, WYCZ was playing all three. The Highway was playing only the Walker Hayes song. So how much did looking at the custom panel speed up the chart process? Not so much, except, as you’d expect for the songs in question: Wade Hayes was No. 29 on our custom panel vs. No. 38 overall; Elle King & Miranda Lambert was No. 31 vs. No. 39; Nelly/FGL was No. 38 vs. No. 50. Beyond that, my custom panel’s differences were relatively modest, usually within a chart position or two of the full chart. But there were a few other boosts: Old Dominion, “I Was on a Boat That Day,” No. 13 custom panel vs. No. 17 overall; Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood, “If I Didn’t Love You,” No. 23 vs. No. 27; Chris Stapleton, “You Should Probably Leave,” No. 27 vs. No. 30 Eric Church, “Heart on Fire,” No. 37 vs. No. 40. With the exception of Stapleton, who has always benefited from streaming stories, most of those songs were already on a relatively fast track. The Aldean/Underwood duet is a fast-breaking song already; it’s just faster yet at our group of stations. Same for Old Dominion, which was able to get on a fast track by being summer-themed.* There are a few other streaming hits that weren’t much different on either chart. Dan + Shay’s “Glad You Exist” was No. 3 custom chart vs. No. 4 overall. Ryan Hurd w/Maren Morris’ “Chasing After You” is No. 4 in streaming, but only one position higher (No. 19) on our custom chart.* Even those stations that are responsive to a high-profile story or two aren’t that much faster than the overall chart, in part because they’re part of the same chart process as everybody else. If there were two Country charts, those stations would be worked on different label priorities. With everybody still reporting to one chart, even the most aggressive station is going to be asked to power a 44-week-old song on its quest for No. 1. To some extent, it’s going to be hard for radio programmers in any format not to trail a song’s rank in streaming for a while, especially now that streaming can often propel a song to No. 1 in its first week. A song such as BTS’s “Butter” that is top 20 after 10 days is both slower than its streaming story and faster than any other BTS single to date. The question for the Hayes single now is whether the initial boost moves the song onto the fast track usually reserved for superstar and summer songs, or whether programmers are still wondering if it’s power-rotation-worthy in November. more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: The industry's second quarter rebound from the pandemic held true for SAGA COMMUNICATIONS as well, with revenue up year-to-year from $16.9 million to $28 million. Net income recovered … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: Two revisions to the FCC's political programming and record-keeping rules are being proposed by the Commission, one changing the definition of “legally qualified candidate for … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: NASHVILLE-based BIG LOUD RECORDS has launched Rock/Alternative imprint BIG LOUD ROCK. The new imprint will be led by a team that includes newly-hired SVP/A&R A.J. KASEN. He joins BIG LOUD … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: CHICAGO radio veteran and RADIO HALL OF FAME member GARRY MEIER has launched a weekend show for CUMULUS MEDIA News-Talk KABC-A/LOS ANGELES.MEIER, known for his years paired with STEVE DAHL on … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: Former GREEN BAY PACKERS and DETROIT LIONS guard T.J. LANG is joining AUDACY Sports WXYT-F (97.1 THE TICKET)/DETROIT and the DETROIT LIONS RADIO NETWORK as sideline reporter on LIONS game … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: THE ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC (ACM) has added more artists to the lineup for its "14TH ANNUAL ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC HONORS" awards. Set to join the previously announced list of … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: A release date has now been set for a book that shares the legacy of the late COUNTRY RADIO HALL OF FAME broadcaster BOB KINGSLEY (NET NEWS 3/10). The commemorative coffee table book and … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: THE VALORY MUSIC CO. has signed Country artist TIERA to its roster. Along with independently releasing her self-titled debut EP earlier in the year, she also hosts a daily radio show on APPLE … more
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    August 5th, 2021, 12:59 PM
    From All Access: iHEARTMEDIA is partnering with French media company NRJ GROUP on a slate of French-language podcasts translated from iHEART English-language originals. Under the deal, NRJ will distribute … more
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