Home Login RADIO ONLINE
Advertisement

Company News

Judge Declines Warrant to Arrest Seth Dunlap for Extortion
Seth Dunlap
Seth Dunlap
New Orleans police asked a judge last Wednesday for a warrant to arrest former WWL sports/talk host Seth Dunlap on a count of extortion, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune/Advocate. But Magistrate Commissioner Robert Blackburn rejected the warrant and the newspaper's sources said he didn't find More

Entercom Q3 Net Revs Increase 2%, Adjusted EPS Up 23%
Entercom
Entercom
Entercom Communications reported third quarter net revenues rose 2% to $386.1 million from $378.5 million in 2018. Operating income grew to $79.5 million from $78.7 million, while adjusted EBITDA was up 13% to $98 million from $86.7 million. The company posted a net income of $38.2 million (28 cents per More

Advertisement

Scott Ellis Resigns as KNOU/St. Louis PD/Midday Talent
Scott Ellis
Scott Ellis
KNOU-FM (Now 96.3)/St. Louis Program Director and midday talent Scott Ellis resigns from the Entercom CHR outlet after after 18 months in the post. He plans to return to Springfield, MO with his girlfriend on November 15. OM Cat Simon adds KNOU programming duties. Ellis previously served as Program Director More

Entercom to Integrate RADIO.COM on Samsung's Bixby
RADIO.COM
RADIO.COM
Entercom is bringing RADIO.COM and its collection of sports, entertainment, news, and music audio content to Bixby, Samsung's scalable intelligence platform. RADIO.COM will be available in Bixby Marketplace, where Samsung smartphone users in the U.S. can add the capsule to their Bixby experience. Samsung More

WYRD (106.3 WORD)/Greenville Expands to Anderson County
WZWK-LP
WZWK-LP
WYRD-FM (106.3 Word)/Greenville-Spartanburg, SC adds a simulcast of the Entercom News/Talk outlet on WZWK-LP at 101.5 FM, effective immediately. The move extends the reach of the station into Anderson County. WYRD launched in 2008 on 106.3 FM in Greenville and Spartanburg County, More

Advertisement

Gene ''Bean'' Baxter to Exit KROQ/Los Angeles this Week
Gene ''Bean'' Baxter
Gene ''Bean'' Baxter
Veteran air personality Gene "Bean" Baxter, co-host of the "Kevin & Bean" morning program on Entercom's Alternative KROQ-FM/Los Angeles announced last March that he would leave the show after 30 years before the end of the year. He's not planning to retire from radio completely, but he and his wife Donna More

Entercom Fires Seth Dunlap Over Allegations of Extortion
Seth Dunlap
Seth Dunlap
Former talk-show host Seth Dunlap is out at WWL Radio/New Orleans. Entercom fired Dunlap as they believe Dunlap commandeered its Twitter account to launch a homophobic slur at himself before demanding nearly $2 million to settle complaints of workplace harassment. Dunlap denies the allegations. Dunlap's More

Luke Combs to Host 2019 ''CMA Red Carpet Countdown''
CMA Awards
CMA Awards
Entercom has announced that Country artist and 2019 CMA Awards nominee Luke Combs will host its "CMA Red Carpet Countdown" in celebration of the 53rd Annual CMA Awards. The multi-platform programming commences Monday, November 11 and will include on-air and digital content across all More

KMNB-FM/Minneapolis Program Director Lucas Phelan Exits
Lucas Phelan
Lucas Phelan
18-year industry vet Lucas Phelan exits KMNB-FM (102.9 The Wolf)/Minneapolis as Program Director and afternoon talent (2-7pm). Before being upped to PD in May, 2018, he was previously the Entercom Country outlet's Assistant Program Director. Prior to that, Phelan spent 11 years in afternoons at crosstown CHR More

Advertisement

RADIO.COM, AccuWeather Unveil Digital Content Partnership
Entercom and AccuWeather
Entercom and AccuWeather
Entercom has announced a digital content integration with AccuWeather. The partnership scales across RADIO.COM, the digital home for all the company's content across its portfolio of 235 stations. The AccuWeather widget is integrated across all RADIO.COM station websites, providing localized forecasts for More

KYW Reporter Cherri Gregg Named Journalist of the Year
Cherri Gregg
Cherri Gregg
News KYW-AM community affairs reporter and host Cherri Gregg has been named Journalist of the Year by the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ). Gregg, who was recognized in the broadcast and online category, will be honored at the PABJ's annual Awards and Scholarship Gala on November 2 in More

Promotions Spotlight

Advertisement