- 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: October 2015
Things are progressing well – the book has 43 pages in 12 chapters. Readers who have the uncontrollable urge to correct every mistake they see on the Internet need to keep their hands away from the reply button. Keep in … Continue reading
The time was 1941 – the United States was staying out of the war in Europe. At home, the NAB was waging war on ASCAP, creating BMI to wrestle away control of musicians so radio controlled what they were paid. … Continue reading
Carlos Slim is one of the richest men in the world. He is a citizen of Mexico, a country that has worked hard to buy up control of US radio and TV stations for unknown(!) reasons. An FCC rule originally … Continue reading
Not you, me. After letting others take the arrows (is that racist? Of course it is) – I decided it’s safer now to migrate to windows 10. As a moderately interested web host, I really should make sure visitors using … Continue reading
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-20/disney-s-espn-said-planning-to-eliminate-as-many-as-350-jobs Weird – when people drop “bundled cable” where ESPN wants $6-8 a month, they have a cash flow crisis. They need to demand $15 a month – problem solved!
Headlines are starting to appear that Iranian warships are headed to Russian military bases! OMG! Stupid Obama! Nuke Iran! Nuke Russia! Kill Assad! Kill the people trying to kill Assad! Nuke the West Bank!… Errrr – hold the phone. The … Continue reading
If you ever wondered why MP3 streams are largely only used on non-profit stations, there is a reason. The most onorous patent was owned by a German company. They were not a “patent troll” – they actually did the research … Continue reading
My father survived the Great Depression by working with his father, selling and repairing radios. By 1940, he had lost most of his vision to Retinitis Pigmentosa and spent a lot of time at the sheltered workshop for the blind, … Continue reading
Let’s pretend you own a business and I am a radio advertising salesman. You operate a business with a small gross profit margin – for every dollar in sales, the incremental costs of selling the product – raw materials, direct … Continue reading