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Radio & Streaming Media News for Monday 06-9-2009


Radio Headlines:

  • Is the bell tolling for Clear Channel? my san antonio business
  • Global Radio Industry to Reach $62.08 billion by 2015 yahoo
  • Moody’s looks for Citadel to restructure radio business report
  • Jack Silver returns to CBS Radio/LA today laradio
  • Oldies station WFGR-FM 98.7 shifts to ‘classic hits’ format mlive
  • Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI-FM Adds Consuella Williams, Lori Swain urbaninsite
  • Source: JFK To Go Sports In July dcrtv.com
  • RADAR® 101 Network Rankings by Key Demos—Daypart Cume arbitron
  • Ex-athletes have no safety from ax in TV, radio gigs usa today
  • Radio waves: Remembering KCBS as it turns 100 sf gate
  • War of words escalates over radio payments bill cross roads news
  • Court rules in radio station dispute for Vegas AM station mercury news
  • FCC Fines K104 Dallas $4,000 for Nelly Concert Promotion urban radio nation
  • Keillor’s July 4 show to broadcast from “real” Lake Wobegon. fortwayne.com
  • Fresno Station Sues Over ‘Cybersquatting’ radio ink
  • Sirius XM’s FM-5 Satellite Set To Launch satwaves
  • Michael Jackson Downloads Soar in U.K., U.S. mediabistro
  • Apple (& Clear Channel) co-founder backs Internet video venture canada.com
  • TLRC sells Arrow FM and Sovereign Radio mediaweek uk
  • Figures show UK ad spend down 4% mediaweek uk
  • XM Canada brings back The Verge Music Awards! cnw group
  • Familiar voices top radio ratings australian business
  • Radio broadcast journalist killed in southern Philippines the nation

Radio Programming: Tactics and Strategy
Radio Programming: Tactics and Strategy
Radio Programming is designed to convey underlying principles and to assist the programmer in accomplishing specific objectives, without mandating exact implementation methods. Instead, it empowers station management and the PD to implement strategies that will work for the particular format and market niche.

Radio News US:

Business & Financial

  • Global Radio Industry to Reach $62.08 billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts yahoo
  • Grupo Radio Centro Announces Filing of Its 2008 Annual Report on Form 20-F yahoo
  • Westwood One, Inc. Announces Plans to Reconvene Special Meeting of Stockholders pr usa
  • Is the bell tolling for Clear Channel? my san antonio business
  • Moody’s looks for Citadel to restructure radio business report
  • About Last Week: Music Stocks Mixed on Wall Street… digital music news
  • Sirius XM Holds Up Well After Russell Rebalance seeking alpha
  • Sirius Sell-Off: The Russell Index Effect seeking alpha
  • Sirius XM: A Good Buy for Under a Buck seeking alpha
  • Liberty Media Would Like to Talk to Time Warner on AOL Assets bloomberg
  • Microsoft puts Razorfish up for sale financial times
  • Sony-Jackson Partnership Said to Plan on Keeping Beatles Rights bloomberg
  • The Stealth Media Mogul. Billionaire Philip Anschutz is quietly building a small empire of social-networking sites, newspapers and now a leading conservative weekly. forbes

Programming, Changes & Ratings

  • Jack Silver Is Headed Right Back Where He Started From. Jack Silver returns to CBS Radio/LA today laradio
  • Jack Silver Returns to CBS Radio/Los Angeles radio online
  • Rosie heads back to work with show on satellite radio arizona star
  • Watch Out Elisabeth: Rosie’s Back media bistro
  • Nielsen study shows radio down, but not out, among teens rain
  • RADAR® 101 Network Rankings by Key Demos—Daypart Cume arbitron
  • Oldies station WFGR-FM 98.7 shifts to ‘classic hits’ format, hosts party in downtown Grand Rapids to celebrate today mlive
  • The Big 89 welcomes “Steve Dale’s Pet World” radio business report
  • Source: JFK To Go Sports In July dcrtv.com
  • Sid Rosenberg is ‘committed’ to South Florida radio (WQAM) newsday
  • WGCI to add two hosts to lineup chicago sun times
  • Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI-FM Adds Consuella Williams, Lori Swain urbaninsite
  • SIRIUS XM’s E Street Radio to Celebrate the Fourth of July With Concert Audio From Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s Current Tour yahoo
  • MICHAEL JACKSON – JACKSON FANS TUNE INTO DEDICATED RADIO STATION contact music
  • Oldest Chinese Radio Station in Bay Area Closes new america media

News & PR

  • Ex-athletes have no safety from ax in TV, radio gigs usa today
  • Radio waves: Remembering KCBS as it turns 100 sf gate
  • Wendy Williams Visits Studio 29 my fox philly
  • WTOP, WJBC, CBS Radio Take Murrow Honors radio ink
  • Burbank nearly speechless about hall of fame chances cincinnati.com
  • Gale Storm dies at 87; star of 1950s sitcoms la times
  • Billy Mays’ son talks to the MJ Morning Show 10 connects tampa bay
  • Golden-Throated Announcer Introduced Soap Operas (Ken Roberts) washington post
  • Radio rocks music’s roots Red Dirt’s Steve Ripley puts it together on KOSU radio tulsa world
  • Jackson radio stations win national award. For the sixth straight year Jackson radio stations WMSI-102.9 FM and WQJQ-105.1 FM have been named winners of a national award presented by the Radio-Television News Directors Association. Clarion-Ledger
  • KAFM celebrates 10 years on the air gj sentinel
  • 20th Anniversary Reunion KDGE, The Edge Dallas 945reunion.com
  • MANTALK WITH BILL AND BRENT #750 CONSULTANT WALTER SABO TALKS ABOUT ARBITRON’S PORTABLE PEOPLE METER. blogtalkradio
  • Harris Corporation Wins 2009 Stevie(R) Award for Best Overall Company of the Year pr newswire
  • Jacobs inducted into Emmy Awards Gold Circle. A Gainesville broadcaster was honored at the 35th presentation of the Southeastern Regional Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Awards Saturday night in Atlanta. access north georgia
  • Over 90,000 Fans Fill Saginaw’s Ojibway Island for the KCQ Country Music Fest americajr
  • Radio show participants sought WARWICK — Michael Sweeton, host of “Taking Care of Business” a radio program on WTBQ Mondays at 1:30 p.m., is seeking participants for his program. the warwick advertiser
  • 35 years in music biz – Zelisko has tales to tell arizona central
  • Do radio resumes work? examiner
  • VaBeach voice-recording studio continues to grow daily press
  • Jackson’s Gone, But Media, Marketing Frenzy Has Just Begun media daily news
  • Reunions of cars, owners in Ionia bring good news and bad after Birthday Bash flood mlive
  • Most if not all cars will be towed from B-93 Birthday Bash site by Monday night mlive
  • Radio health spot packs in tips sf gate

OP/ED, Political & Feature

FCC & Legal

  • Bill may require Inland Empire radio stations to pay big bucks to recording artistst the law
  • Pay to Play: Bill Would Force Radio Stations to Pay Extra to Play Music wqow eua claire
  • War of words escalates over radio payments bill cross roads news
  • Court rules in radio station dispute. An appeals court has upheld a Federal Communications Commission refusal to take another look at a decision that favored a bid by Powell Meredith Communications Co. for an AM radio station in the Las Vegas area. mercury news
  • Judge hears recording in ex-radio personality’s assault case (Russ Martin) fort worth star telegram
  • Webio co-founder Hernandez in Downstate court. Businessman and alleged Ponzi schemer David Hernandez appeared in a Downstate court this morning following his recent arrest on fraud charges. chicago sun times
  • FCC’s new chief arrives today. inside radio
  • Coming right up: FCC July Open Meeting radio business report
  • FCC Slaps KKDA/Dallas with $4000 Fine Over Contest radio online
  • FCC Fines K104 Dallas $4,000 for Nelly Concert Promotion urban radio nation
  • Public Knowledge Praises Supreme Court For Declining to Review Cablevision DVR Service Challenge broadcasting and cable
  • FCC Daily Digest FCC

Public, Educational & Religious

  • Radio show goes back to its roots Garrison Keillor’s July 4 show to broadcast from “real” Lake Wobegon. fortwayne.com
  • New stations in NC, CT and IA. Mountain Stage OnAirTV Brian Blauser Mountain Stage is happy to welcome three new radio stations into the fold. west virginia public broadcasting
  • KCLU Wins Most Awards edhat santa barbara
  • Gorilla Radio with Chris Cook, Michael Parenti, Janine Bandcroft, Melody Blaney, June 29, 2009 pacific freepress
  • NPR’s Krista Tippett makes radio show a place of testimony wfn
  • Astoria pastor soothes the soul with a classical music broadcast daily astorian

Streaming & Tech

  • ubroadcast Details Cooperation Agreement With PurePlayMusic.com yahoo
  • KYNO’s Ostlund sues KMJ over domain name fresno business journal
  • Fresno Station Sues Over ‘Cybersquatting’ radio ink
  • Sirius rocket delayed. The launch of the latest Sirius-XM satellite has been delayed 24-hours. rapid tv news
  • Sirius XM’s FM-5 Satellite Set To Launch satwaves
  • Michael Jackson Downloads Soar in U.K., U.S. mediabistro
  • RadioTime’s WunderRadio App Adds Twitter radio ink
  • Apple (& Clear Channel) co-founder backs Internet video venture canada.com
  • Is It Time for RealNetworks to Switch Gears? ny times
  • Online dents the one-third mark. inside radio
  • Snowtape 1.1 adds radio station directory, more macnn
  • Travel the World With Online Radio ezine articles
  • The future of connectivity james cridland

Radio News International:

Britain/Europe

  • TLRC sells Arrow FM and Sovereign Radio mediaweek uk
  • Figures show UK ad spend down 4% mediaweek uk
  • Local Radio Company sells Hastings and Eastbourne stations The Local Radio Company has sold its stations in Hastings and Eastbourne to Media Sound Holdings for £100,000 guardian
  • Radio Academy to gain insight into Tory plans music week
  • Why Carter has gone radio ga-ga guardian
  • The bogus FM switch-off: Will you budge? Don’t touch that dial register
  • Ian MacRae: Original Radio Caroline DJ Takes Issue with Movie’s Portrayal of Pirate Radio about.com
  • How the King of Breakfast is waking up Asian Britain DJ ‘Shak’ believes the UK’s Asian audience is a sleeping giant ready to be roused. independent
  • Radio review. It’s a long old morning on Radio Wimbledon (listen via wimbledon.org), with play not starting until noon, and Andy Murray scheduled late in the day yesterday. guardian
  • This week on NME Radio 29 June – 3 July 2009 nme
  • TLRC sells Arrow and Sovereign radio today
  • High profile RSL launches radio today
  • Manchester gets 5 Live gig radio today

Canada

  • XM Canada brings back The Verge Music Awards! cnw group
  • Competition crowds FM dial. With Kruz making the switch to FM and another radion station on the way, how much is too much competition? my kawartha
  • RTNDA Announces National and Network Award Winners broadcaster
  • RTNDA Announces Central Region Award Winners broadcaster
  • CBC Selects Web Management System for TV and Radio broadcaster
  • Canada’s Telecommunications Hall of Fame Inducts Five New Laureates for 2009 individual.com
  • 102.3 BOB FM, London, Appoints Operations Manager broadcaster

Asia/Africa/Oceania/Americas

  • Familiar voices top radio ratings. TALKBACK regained the ascendancy in the fourth radio ratings survey of the year as familiar names such as Alan Jones, Ray Hadley, Neil Mitchell, Ross Stevenson and John Burns dominated their timeslots, while Hamish and Andy ruled national drive. australian business
  • Radio broadcast journalist killed in southern Philippines the nation
  • Radio Point: Mirchi rules in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata in Week 24 television point
  • First English FM Radio On Air in Ethiopia’s capital ethiopian review
  • Thousands March For, Against Anti-Chavez Station cbs news

Radio Network Prime Time Programming, 1926-1967: Two Volume Set
Radio Network Prime Time Programming, 1926-1967: Two Volume Set
This work provides two main kinds of information: month-by-month prime time (7pm to 11pm) schedules from January 1929 through July 1961, for all national broadcasting networks, and a detailed listing of all network programming moves (from July 1926 until August 1967), including series premieres, cancellations, and time slot moves, plus a yearly recap of key programming moves.