Monthly Archives: March 2006

Monica Crowley Goes National

Monica Crowley, long-time weekend host on WABC, goes syndicated on Westwood One this weekend. The show will be live from Noon to 3 PM Eastern time (remember that this weekend is the start of Daylight Savings Time). The program starts … Continue reading

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Podcasting and Local Radio

  About two weeks ago, WBAL in Baltimore announced it is dropping Rush Limbaugh and replacing his show with local programming. Read about it here. One of the reasons for Rush’s original growth was he was an early adopter of … Continue reading

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Over the air HD radio is here

  Over the Air HD radio has arrived (well almost). Clear Channel is clearly the company leading the movement to bring Over the Air radio into the Digital Age, starting its HD rollout in most major markets. Just as TV … Continue reading

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The Death of College Radio

Sure, there are some exceptions – but while updating the streaming radio directory, it is obvious that most high schools, colleges and universities that hold low power educational FM licenses are letting them go dark – at least the schools … Continue reading

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