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Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsI still can???t believe that we???ll never hear Neil Rogers??? voice on the South Florida radio airwaves again. His 33-year local run is apparently over, abruptly ending on Monday with the announcement that he and WQAM have parted ways.. Even......
The Morning Fix: It pays to be kept out of the loop. Oprah to help on Chicago Olympic push. Early TV season analysis. Shocker: Young people still listen to radio!Company TownAfter the coffee. Before setting the DVR for 'FlashForward.' Sometimes it pays to be kept out of the loop. The Wall Street Journal reports that Marvel Chief Executive Ike Perlmutter was granted 1.27 million stock options that could end up......
The Morning Fix: More Globes! What you really listen to in the car. 'Lovely Bones' marketing switch. Comcast rolls out Web service.Company TownAfter the coffee. Before deciding if it's too soon to ask out Reese Witherspoon. Admit it, you listen to weenie rock. The new electronic device Arbitron introduced to measure radio habits and eventually replace diaries has shown some interesting results.....
Culture MonsterThey may not show up in the Arbitron ratings, but KUSC's Internet listeners made themselves heard where it counts: at the bank. KUSC-FM (91.5), the L.A. area's only full time classical music station, reported Thursday that it received more than......
Change of SubjectChicagoland Radio and Media has some general numbers from the recent Arbitron radio ratings reports, but nothing to tell you how your favorite personalities are doing. Here are the overall 12+, Monday-Sunday, 6 am-midnight ratings. The floor is open for.....
Sentinel Staff WriterDoug Guetzloe muscled his way to the front of Orlando's political scene nearly a quarter-century ago and never left. The 52-year-old Orlando man has become one of the region's most well-known political figures without ever being elected to public office....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTune in to conservative talk radio in California, and the insults quickly fly. Capturing the angry mood of listeners the other day, a popular host in Los Angeles called Republican lawmakers who voted to raise state taxes "a bunch of weak slobs." With...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe doctors had been after Loretta Ragland for years to keep her diabetes in check. Eat right. Exercise. Lose weight. She'd heard it all time and again. And ignored it all -- until she heard about Rosalyn. Roz put off dealing with her diabetes so long,...
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A year has passed since the very public, and messy, divorce of Marc Steiner from the Baltimore public radio station that he had long represented. Although some predicted WYPR would suffer from Steiner's dismissal last Feb. 1, the station is just as strong...
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Times Staff WriterCan millions of listeners just disappear? That's a question plaguing Howard Stern and one with vital implications for radio itself in the wake of the shock jock's heralded and hyped switch from free to satellite broadcasting. The self-proclaimed King of...
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