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Layton has plenty to say about "net neutrality." So do leaders at TechFreedom and Tech Knowledge
Just when radio and TV execs thought Snapchat could be strictly thought of as an ROI tool, the Threatometer has surged into the red
After studying a wide array of research on the issue, two professors from Loyola Marymount University reach a conclusion
Implement a structure that moves away from antiquated silos, FCC landing team member Mark Jamison opines
Given GMR's artist roster, it's all but impossible to be a top Classic Rocker minus a license deal, this RBR + TVBR INFOCUS report finds
The penetration of Internet-connected TVs among U.S. broadband households has grown from 50% in 2013 to 74% at the end of 2016
Is a privately owned vehicle bearing the logo of a radio station's advertiser the next ROI opportunity?
New research suggests the cart may be coming before the horse
Mark Jamison, a visiting Fellow with the AEI and a part of the Trump FCC transition team, says "no." But, he was a strong reason why.
Looking to further monetize your AM or FM station's streaming audio? Guest columnist Paul Cramer has some tips for you
Advertisers could land you in a heap of legal trouble, should they fail to take into account what's stated in this column
The smartphone may not be as ubiquitous as you think. This may impact your marketing and promotions, and your advertising.