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Radio Daily for Sunday, September 24, 2023
Triton Digital Unveils U.S. Podcast Ranker for August
Triton Digital has unveiled its U.S. Podcast Ranker, covering the data from July 31 to September 3. This report showcases the performance of the SiriusXM Podcast Network, which has secured the top spot in the Top Sales Networks Report for August. The network amassed 53.4 million More
Loud Media Launches ''104.9 KVL'' Debuts in Knoxville TN
Loud Media flips Classic Hits WKVL/La Follette, covering Knoxville, to 90s & 2000s Throwbacks as "104.9 KVL." The station is playing artists such as Destiny's Child, Jay Z, Danity Kane, Digital Underground, No Doubt, Nas, New Kids On The Block, Fergie, Kanye West, Kevin Rudolph, Lil Jon, Seal, Amy More
Veteran WBEE/Rochester Personality Terry Clifford Retires
Veteran Rochester, NY radio personality Terry Clifford signed off the air on Friday for the final time. Clifford, co-host of the "Bee Morning Coffee Club" on WBEE-FM, is retiring after 37 years on the Country outlet. The Auburn native's radio career spans more than 40 years, including a stint on WBEE's More
Bonneville, Arizona Coyotes Ink One-Year Extension
Bonneville inks a one-year extension with the Arizona Coyotes, keeping regular season and post-season games on KMVP (Arizona Sports 98.7) and KTAR (ESPN 620) for the 2023-2024 NHL season. Bob Heethuis returns to handle the club's radio play-by-play for his 19th season on the Coyotes More
Matt Cooper Named PD for WCYQ (100.3 The Wolf) Knoxville
SummitMedia appoints 15-year programming vet Matt Cooper as Program Director and afternoon talent for WCYQ (100.3 The Wolf). He comes to Knoxville from the company's cluster in Louisville where he was the Assistant Program Director, Music Director and afternoon personality on WQNU (Q103.1) for three years. More
RTDNA Issues Study on Trust in Local News Elections Coverage
Most U.S. local news consumers want journalists to ask tough, but respectful, questions of candidates and regularly fact check those running for office. That was one of many key takeaways from a fact-finding research project on trust in elections coverage, commissioned by the Radio Television Digital News More
Cumulus VP Charlie Cook Receives ACM Service Award
Country radio executive Charlie Cook, who is VP, Country, for Cumulus Media, was honored by the Academy of Country Music (ACM) with the ACM Service Award. Cook was presented with the award by former ACM Award winner Chris Janson at the 16th Annual Academy of Country Music Honors, dubbed the "Country Music More
Nina Montgomery Adds PD Duties for Two Shreveport Outlets
Nina Montgomery is elevated to Program Director Hot AC KQHN (Q97.3 FM) and AC KRMD (Lite Rock 100.7) in Shreveport, LA. A staple in Shreveport radio for over twenty years, she'll continue to serve as Program Director of co-owned Urban AC KVMA (Magic 102.9), a post she'd held for over 14 years, and as KVMA's More
Atlanta Radio Host Moby Loses Battle with Stomach Cancer
Atlanta Country radio host James "Moby" Carney, who was inducted into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame in 2011, has lost his battle with stage 4 stomach cancer. He was 69. Moby was a 40-year veteran air personality who worked in Rock radio for ten years then moved to Atlanta and WKHX (Kicks 101.5), where he More
Jim Costa and Jon Jansen to Host WXYT Mornings in 2024
WXYT-FM (97.1 The Ticket), the flagship of the Detroit Lions, launches a new weekday morning show. The Audacy Sports outlet elevates Jim Costa to new morning host alongside current morning co-host Jon Jansen. "Costa & Jansen" will be heard weekdays from 6-10am ET beginning in More
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Quick Snaps
WGAR-FM/Cleveland: In front of a sold out crowd on October 5, Michael Ray and Brett Young played WGAR's 21st Annual Guitars for Girls show. Proceeds benefitted Susan G. Komen and Komen for the Cure. From ticket sales and a generous $5,000 donation from Metro Lexus, nearly $30,000 was raised to help find a cure for breast cancer. L-R: Carletta Blake (Mornings/WGAR), Brett Young, Michael Ray, Steve Wazz (Mornings/WGAR) and Keith Hotchkiss (Market President/iHeartMedia Cleveland) Photo Credit: Janet Macoska.
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