Month: December 2014

Racine’s Don Rosen Fired After 24 Years – Outrageous Way He was “Right-Sized.”

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Radio, media and broadcasting have always been a tough business.  You’re only as good as your last ratings book and the revenues of the business.  Thus, my “Rule #1: Ratings and Revenue.” If you don’t understand this, chances are you’re doomed. But, with all the changes in recent years, the lay-offs still have come with…

Darryl Receives His Invite to the Consumer Electronics Show – Radio at Least Mentioned

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When it comes to electronic gadgets, it doesn’t get any bigger than the International Consumer Electronics Show, the CES, each January in Las Vegas.  In 2015, the event starts January 6th and runs until January 9th. The CES usually takes place right before the annual AVN or porno awards in Las Vegas, which this year…

John Kiesewetter – Keeper of Cincinnati’s Broadcast History Will Be Missed

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Newspaper media critics and the radio and television personalities they cover have always had an interesting interaction. On one hand, those in radio and television want the free publicity given to them by these critics.  But, when a story doesn’t meet to their satisfaction those radio and television personalities are the first to point the…

iHeart Media to Fire a Third of Who’s Left?

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That’s what radio industry watchdog Jerry Del Colliano of Inside Music Media.com is reporting.  With indigestion from Thanksgiving feasts just starting to wane, his latest blog is sure to cause more heartburn for thousands of people and their families. Let’s face it.  It is what’s expected in the halls at Clear Channel iHeart Media offices across…