Every musical genre needs a ground zero. It may not be its exact point of origin, but it's the time and place at which all of the possibilities and future branches seem to coalesce, with the…
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American consumers spend more time listening to traditional radio each month than they do on the plethora of streaming-video gizmos that have captured the attention of so many advertisers, cable…
On the eve of Toronto fest kick-off, European mini-major Studiocanal has closed an exclusive distribution pact with Ottawa-based pubcaster Radio-Canada. The five-year deal, effective in…
Marian McPartland, a renowned jazz pianist and host of the National Public Radio show “Piano Jazz,” died of natural causes Tuesday night at her Port Washington home on Long Island. She was 95. Over a…
Politico dubbed its latest report on the prospect of radio owner Cumulus dropping mega-hosts Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity a “major shakeup for the radio industry,” but it’s hard to see how, at…
Musicians and broadcasters are poised to engage in a new round of a decades-long lobbying battle over whether artists should be paid when their songs are played on broadcast radio stations. On…
CBS and Time Warner Cable are waging a public war of words in a retrans dispute that threatens to knock 13 Eye-owned TV stations off TW Cable systems in eight major markets. Both sides have taken to…
Insiders believe that there's no revolution in terrestrial radio because the owners know it's headed into the dumper. They're just milking it for all they can before it falls off a cliff.
Apple unveiled its long-rumored radio function, dubbed iTunes Radio, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on June 10 in San Francisco.