- 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: March 2016
Marilu Henner has had her shot at 15 minutes of syndicated radio fame. I can hear you saying “she had a radio show?” You’re most likely to remember seeing her as the female cab driver on Taxi, dealing with Latka, … Continue reading
If you see any reports of a magnitude 8.4 Earthquake in Venezuela, it’s part of a long planned communications test to see if the Gulf of Mexico and Carribeean islands (and Europe) are prepared to react to a Tsunami originating … Continue reading
When you’re driving, it’s important to watch the road ahead, not just the car in front of you. It’s looking more and more plausible that in 9 months everyone on TV will be an expert on the electoral college after … Continue reading
The NYTimes put together a little interactive graphic to see what the possible outcomes are, showing that Trump could win on the first ballot. They mostly reiterate what I’m seeing, which is California will decide this. Their math closely matches … Continue reading
CBS Radio is in play. Now that Sumner Redstone is out of the picture at Viacom and CBS, rapid change may be in the air. Les Moonves runs CBS, and CBS radio is a division within CBS. CBS Radio is … Continue reading
Results match up with the numbers already in the guesstimate – Kasich wins Ohio, Trump wins everything else. Rubio underperformed all the poll estimates. He has no chance to win any state (although he won Puerto Rico and DC). His … Continue reading
Ohio, the state with 3 vowels is the key one tonight. Ohio is “winner take all”, but much closer to a tie than Florida. Kasich going “all in for amnesty” at the last minute may backfire. If Trump wins Ohio, … Continue reading
StreamingRadioGuide’s annual award for worst PSA advice goes to the Nebraska Department of Transportation. Among the advice they offer is to keep a white rag in your trunk to tie onto your car’s radio antenna in the event your car … Continue reading
Donald Trump is the real deal Not quite sure it is an “endorsement” exactly…
http://letfreedomring247.com/ During my testing of WKRC, I bumped into a show on a major iHeart radio station in Cincinnati. It’s stuff you only hear on the Republic Radio network or tiny AM stations in Tennessee. There is a federal requirement … Continue reading