Entercom on Tuesday announced it was changing the name of its radio and audio business.
The agreement allows Entercom’s news stations to continue carrying Bloomberg Radio-produced segments.
Entercom has parted ways with a Chicago sports broadcaster less than a day after he tweeted a suggestive and sexist comment targeting an ESPN reporter.
The agency said the six radio broadcasters failed to maintain public inspection files as required under federal law.
Entercom’s Radio.com has added audio simulcasts from cable news outlets CNN and Fox News to its lineup under a new section called “Explore.”
Presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg is now spending an insane amount of money on traditional radio ads, providing a boon for broadcasters.
The Sacramento County Coroner has completed an investigation into the death of a beloved radio personality.
A new radio station could launch in Sacramento as early as next year on a FM spot once occupied by a legacy broadcaster with a storied past.