This doughnut vendor has a brilliant ad out. Sadly, they forgot about the awesome power radio has to make it better
Ad-fraud detection firm White Ops says a "bot" from Russia has been ripping off digital advertisers to the tune of more than $3M per day
The FCC announced that it would not be burdening noncommercial stations with dual filings in 2017, a Christmas gift from the Commission
Ken and Karen Benner cannot promise that your bank account will remain untouched, but their tips could keep your funds from D.C.
A new study finds that shifting just 10% of promotion spending to media advertising will increase marketing ROI by 10%-25%.
Public Files are the one area that involves substantial FCC fines, fees and forfeitures. Our "cheat sheet" will help you save your money
Pierre Bouvard to NYC media planners: Get out of your Gotham bubble, ad industry cadets, and understand America
Paragon Media Strategies CEO Mike Henry and RBR + TVBR's Editor-in-Chief expand their discussion on millennials
Why should you pay $600 for what you can get for free? Ken Benner shows you how you can save money, and avoid FCC fines
RBR + TVBR Editor-In-Chief Adam R Jacobson can't understand why banner ads are still a thing, since they provide no ROI
Paragon's Mike Henry says radio doesn't care about millennials. We disagree: It very much cares, but CHR stations need a wake-up call
Alternative FCC inspector Ken Benner advises you to back up everything you say and do in writing, if FCC penalty avoidance is wanted
Please consider a charitable donation this holiday season
There is no such thing as a 100% compliant radio or TV station. Sadly, disgruntled just-fired employees are part of the equation
Dec. 1 brings a host of routine obligations for stations in many states, D.C. attorney David Oxenford reminds us