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Radio News for Tuesday, 9/9/2008


Radio and Records

  • Sirius: Satellite Radio Subscriber Growth To Crater In 2009 – alley insider
  • Song Tagging Technology Comes To FM Radio
  • Greater Media Launches Now 97.5 FM In Philly
  • Austin Relocates Back To Portland
  • Farber, McVay, Kihn Round Out ‘Presidents Of Radio’ Presenters
  • 35 Pivotal Moments In R&R History: New York’s ‘Mega’ Becomes Tropical Royalty
  • Stock Market Snapshot: Sept. 8, 2008
  • Bergin Goes To Work Downtown
  • Cooper A Virgin No More
  • Toronto Experiences A Jack Shakeup
  • Lau Named VP Of Sales For NetSolutions In New York
  • WFUV Tweaks Morning Show
  • Chart Highlights: Six-Pack Of New No. 1s
  • Radio’s Top 10 Spots
  • Britney Bounces Back With Three VMA Wins
  • Music Survey Patent To Be Auctioned
  • Davies Says Goodbye To CC/Memphis
  • Little Rock, Big Promotion
  • New Deal
  • MusicMaster Partners With Triton Media
  • FCC Seeks Input On PPM Petition
  • Smiley, Lee Set For ‘Soul Men’ Screening At R&R Convention
  • Arbitron Opens Urban Ratings Clinics
  • ‘Barracuda’ Gets Teeth Yanked
  • Alonso Among Nuestra América Board Members
  • Navigon Expands Use Of Clear Channel’s Total Traffic Network
  • Connell Named WAY-FM/Denver PD
  • Cortes Exits, Ramsey Lewis Bows On KKHI
  • Hacksaw Cuts Loose From XTRA Sports
  • NABOB Files PPM Petition With FCC

    All Access

    • Clear Channel Programming Staff Huddling In Atlanta
    • NY Post: Unrest At Napster
    • FCC 9/25 Meeting Agenda Packed With Radio Items
    • What Will Mel Say?
    • WPRO’s DePetro Challenged To Take Lie Detector Test
    • MMTC Supports New AM Directional Rules
    • Colorado Noncomm CPs Swapped
    • Tony Paige Out At WDHA
    • Management Change At Astral Toronto
    • Buffalo Music HOF Inducts A Sargent
    • Radio Nova 100 Wins Dublin License
    • Man Charged With Assault On Oasis’ Noel Gallagher
    • 50 Cent Wins Visitation Rights
    • Doc Walker Racks Up 5 Canadian Country Music Awards
    • Emerson Drive Joins Valory Music Co.
    • Rascal Flatts Benefit For Nashville Children’s Hospital
    • Pollack Joins Atlanta’s Zone
    • Medhurst Named Navy Football Sideline Reporter/B’ball PBP Voice
    • James Whale Joins LBC/London For Afternoons
    • Jude Images WUSD
    • Wanna Program In Cleveland?
    • New Zune Software Offers FM Song Tagging
    • Tommy Austin To Segue To CC/Portland, OR

    FMQB

    • Tommy Austin named OM of Clear Channel/Portland
    • Danny Cooper joins Jive as VP/Adult Promo
    • WJJZ/Philly flips to “NOW 97.5”

    Radio Ink

    • Broadcasters Tag For Microsoft’s Zune
    • Research Director Offers ‘Instant Answers’ To PPM Questions
    • Lau Named NetSolutions VP/Sales
    • Knoxville Station Makes $100,000 In One Day Selling Mobile Marketing
    • WJJZ Is NOW AC
    • Music Survey Patent To Be Auctioned
    • TODAY Is The Last Day To Choose Radio’s Best Programmers
    • Scully, Dodgers Make It An Even 60
    • MusicMaster Offers Barter Option Via Triton Deal
    • Farewell To Smooth Jazz In Philly

    Inside Radio

    • Microsoft teams with radio for downloads.
    • Radio’s still #1 among music fans.
    • Talk shows set to descend on Washington.
    • Nearly 50 talk radio hosts will broadcast from Washington at this week’s “Talk No power increase in Atlanta.
    • Tom Kelly auctions music test patent.
    • Arbitron goes to college.
    • Vin Scully signs on for a 60th season.
    • California LPFM gets a second chance.
    • When the FCC approved Results Radio’s application to move AC “Sunny

    Radio Business Report

    • Lawsuits flying over Tama Broadcasting
    • FCC denies CBS Radio request for WAOK-AM power increase
    • Psssst…wanna buy a radio research patent?
    • Danny Bonaduce returns to the ring to fight for his
    • Virginia AM gets an FM translator

    Radio Online

    • Los Angeles Man Sues KRLA Over Conservative Content
    • Microsoft’s Zune Introduces FM Song Tagging Technology
    • Tommy Austin Set for Return to Clear Channel/Portland
    • Envision Radio, ComStar to Launch Smartsite at NAB
    • Greater Media Launches ”Now 97.5” FM in Philadelphia
    • Tom Kelly to Offer Music Survey Patent at Public Auction
    • Arthur Lau Joins Interep’s NetSolutions as VP/Sales
    • Kihn, Farber, McVay Join ”President Of Radio” Session
    • Classic Country WDBT-FM/Dothan, AL, switches to Talk, while sister WRJM-FM flips to Country
    • Talk Radio Network NSM Robert Endsley is appointed Market Manager for Bicoastal Medi

    Billboard

    • Britney Bounces Back With Three VMA Wins
    • VMAs: The Top 10 Things You Didn’t See On TV
    • Noel Gallagher Attacked Onstage In Toronto
    • Phish Reunites At Friend’s NYC Wedding
    • Santana Shows Varied ‘Dimensions’ On New Set
    • Perry, The Verve Remain Atop U.K. Charts
    • HDNET Unveils Concert Series Lineup

    Urbansite

    • DJ Supreme Elevated
    • Brion O’Brion Resurfaces in Shreveport

    All About Country

    • Jude Corbett Images New Kickin’ Country 93-7/Dothan, AL
    • Emerson Drive Goes To Valory Music Co
    • 9 Radio Groups Begin Tagging Tunes For Zune
    • Paisley Party Tour Extends Into 2009
    • Rodney Crowell Gets Most-Added At Americana
    • Rascal Flatts Leads The Add Board This Week
    • COUNTRY Radio’s Top Advertisers
    • John Michael Montgomery Celebrates 10th Album Release October 4th
    • New Dierks Bentley Single From His Forthcoming Album
    • Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton Launch Co-Headlining Tour
    • JRfm/Vancouver, BC Is Canada’s COUNTRY Station Of The Year
    • Travis Tritt Gives Free Concert After Braves vs. Mets Game
    • Mercury Nashvile’s Van Haze A Daddy Again
    • All’s Well Following Jewel’s Tour Bus Accident
    • Shawna Russell’s Newest Makes Waves From Oklahoma To France
    • The Greencards Go To Sugar Hill
    • Rosie Fitchpatrick Joins Country Thunder Records
    • Texas Regional Radio Report
    • MusicMaster Partners with Triton Media
    • Rising Country Artist Billy Craig Is a ‘Millionaire’
    • Tom Kelly’s Music Survey Patent Goes To Live Public Auction

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