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
The Boston-based radio sales and management trainer and divorce attorney lost his battle with cancer on Wednesday
Advertisers could land you in a heap of legal trouble, should they fail to take into account what's stated in this column
How could a $7M sales superstar totally flop at his next employer? Maybe he was simply the wrong choice for the job.
The smartphone may not be as ubiquitous as you think. This may impact your marketing and promotions, and your advertising.
In this column from Stephen Sloan, an expert observer of the FCC's incentive auction, signs point to its conclusion in Stage 4
"Younger Audiences Hate Ads Even More Than You Do." Why?
If trying to maintain the required paperwork for political advertising aired by your station gives you a headache, prepare for a migraine of biblical proportions
Broadcast TV advocacy group TVFreedom.org looks beyond "the pay-TV rhetoric" by sharing "the facts" about retrans fees
Change is inevitable, but people weren't built to be miserable, says our guest columnist
"False claims" to have the FCC set aside "vacant channels" for TV white space devices after the incentive auction are discussed