Holiday favorites may have hijacked your market's AC station as early as Veterans Day. Nielsen data suggest that may not be soon enough.
Public Files are the one area that involves substantial FCC fines, fees and forfeitures. Our "cheat sheet" will help you save your money
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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
The newest multimedia receiver from Kenwood makes it easy for subscribers to Sirius XM to tune in
Alternative FCC inspector Ken Benner advises you to back up everything you say and do in writing, if FCC penalty avoidance is wanted
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The perceptions or position you want to create in the mind of your prospect, along with your goals, should be considered
There is no such thing as a 100% compliant radio or TV station. Sadly, disgruntled just-fired employees are part of the equation
Edison Research has released its third-quarter 2016 "Share of Ear" study, and there's some good news for radio.
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