- Do you see problems?
- LFPINC and marketing 101
- Stale FCC data
- K&W cafeterias files for bankruptcy
- Getting Caught Up
- People on the Internet lie
- Herman Cain has died
- Clear Channel, the final chapter
- Recognize my face?
- Barry Farber has died at age 90
- Earthquake / tsunami in Russia – 7.8
- Resumption of service
- Fred Stiening said In a convoluted transaction, the former KFMB-AM in San Diego is now KGB-AM Clear...
- Fred Stiening said Some more texture https://archive.fortune.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/...
- Fred Stiening said This is resolved now
- TheChairman said We're using Windows 7 and MX Linux here.
- TheChairman said Parrot – I'm here. Fred just mentioned Google was indexing the site a...
- Fred Stiening said Wikipedia seems to have removed the station website links for some reason
- Fred Stiening said It looks like the affiliates of English language China Radio International have...
- Fred Stiening said Not a huge surprise, but many radio stations are officially silent. This is th...
- fhiggins said Jim Bohannon feed works fine.
- Fred Stiening said I need someone to poke around on the web site. I have added a consent front-en...
- Fred Stiening said Clear Channel /iHeart is buying WWRL-AM in New York City to be part of its new B...
- Fred Stiening said 30ish years ago there was another Cafeteria operator called Morrison’s Cafeteria...
- Fred Stiening said I have a sense the Karens might be ready to wage war on the board president and...
- RebelSansClue said Congratulations! Our condo board appears to be made up of Karens. I suspect the...
- RebelSansClue said Sad. Living in New England, I've obviously never hear of them. Sounds like...
Monthly Archives: April 2015
That’s the opinion of Edison Research [Simulcast streaming means taking your over the air licensed radio station and putting it on the internet] from Radio World No, it’s much worse than that. At a typical time, 2 million people are … Continue reading
First the routine disclaimer – interest here is not necessarily the same as for radio in general. People searching for a show not available on their local radio will show higher interest. With Dennis Miller and Roger Hedgecock gone, the … Continue reading
WDAR-FM in Darlington, SC was acquired recently by iHeart Media. It is peculiar because it is carrying Salem Radio’s Today’s Christian Music, a syndicated Contemporary Christian Music programming format. In keeping with my practice, if a syndicator offers a free … Continue reading
The years 2000-2009 have an identity problem. In addition to having a lot of unpleasant history, nobody can figure out what to call the decade. The Zeros? The Naughts? Variety music likes to group music by the decades – the … Continue reading
Religious radio perhaps views Facebook as a threat when the Secular Humanists start sending Christians to extermination camps. On a similar track, Spanish language stations probably fear ICE tracking down illegal Mexican visitors. Nostalgia is no surprise. If Frank Sinatra … Continue reading
Facebook’s Open Graph is something I only investigated in the past few days. It has the potential to undermine Google Search’s dominance or if they combine forces allow the web to de facto become Facebook. This is how it works … Continue reading
Some of the blog readers never visit the guide, but to keep you in the loop… I’ve incorporated the concept of format categories This allows subdivision of huge station formats like “country” into smaller, more manageable (and hopefully more useful) … Continue reading
People who ignore Facebook do so at great harm. A month ago, I was asking the question, now I state it as a fact. I don’t like Facebook, I don’t like what it represents, but it is changing the world. … Continue reading
Some websites choose to add on a name to their “home page” in order to not confuse search engines, or sometimes they temporarily direct visitors to a special splash page like “It’s share-a-thon time again”, or “win tickets to this … Continue reading