- In this morning's Jacobs Media JacoBlog, they talk about the "death of the non-compete"
The Death of the Non-Compete?
It is fascinating that some of the weapons that radio management historically wielded are becoming obsolete. As we’ve discussed in this blog before, the ability to “disappear” a DJ or show has been...
Andy Blacksmith of "Morning Buzz" dies at Boston hospital
"Greg and the Morning Buzz" host Andy Blacksmith, who was diagnosed with heart failure five years ago, has died.
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FCC slaps UMaine student radio station with $1,200 fine for failing to file paperwork
ORONO, Maine — The University of Maine will pay a $1,200 fine to the federal government for program and broadcast log violations at its student radio station. WMEB-FM, a student-run station based on the University of Maine System’s flagship campus in Orono, violated the Federal Communications Commis…
- The summer staff of WHSN has learned well.
- Congratulations to NESCom Radio Broadcasting grad James Richards, just named Promotion Assistant at Entercom Boston.
He Stood There In His Underwear With His Headphones On... by Sam Weaver
Getting experience in radio includes the good with bad. A lot of the bad comes from a lack of common sense, no life experience, poor judgement, or a lack of radio IQ. You can't' learn everything by sitting in meetings; some things you have to learn through experience. Life is a series of moments and…
FCC Fines iHeartCommunications $1 Million In Consent Decree For False EAS Tones On Bobby Bones Show
The FCC has thrown the book at iHEARTCOMMUNICATIONS, INC., part of iHEARTMEDIA, fining the company $1 million in a consent decree arising from the airing of false Emergency Alert System tones during BOBBY BONES' nationally syndicated show on iHEARTMEDIA Country WSIX-F (THE BIG 98)/NASHVILLE. The co…
- Portland Radio Group has posted a Traffic Manager position. For more information, contact Mark Nason.
L.A.'s Smallest Radio Station, 97.5 KBU, Broadcasts Out of a Malibu Bedroom
The KBUU-FM radio studio is in a ranch-style tract house, on a cul de sac on one of Malibu's few suburban-style streets. In what used to be Emily Laetz's bedroom, the detritus of a recently moved-out kid is everywhere. Puka shell necklaces hang near the door and a stack of...
Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications - Radio BroadcastingRadio broadcasting is an ever-evolving medium. It’s no longer just about being a “DJ”. It’s about being a versatile contributor within a group of radio stations. Radio stations are pushing web and social media content to engage with listeners along with the traditional aspects of radio. We provide you with the fundamentals of news reporting, radio performance, programming and operations. You will have the opportunity to take webmedia, marketing and social media courses as electives.
At the New England School of Communications at Husson University, our focus is giving you the tools needed to build your knowledge and develop your skills. WHSN 89.3-FM, Bangor’s only alternative rock station, provides students a platform craft their skills. You will be responsible for on-air shifts and programming. The radio station, which broadcasts 24 hours per day, provides our students with real world experience. If you are looking for a university with experienced faculty, an affordable and quality degree, then you are in the right place!