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8
December

Programming a radio station in the days and weeks following an event like the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris requires a unique approach - one that is not something any of us are...

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22
November

All Access wanted to showcase our recent interview with iHeart Media's Dennis Clark.  In case you missed it, here it is in its entirety:

 

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31
October

Gary Stone is currently the President/CEO of Strategic Thinking One on One and former-COO at Univision Radio, the largest Hispanic Radio group in the US.  From his early days as a DJ at KIKK in...

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27
September

Our approach to the GM blog has always been akin to how a university professor might compile the syllabus for a class entitled “Broadcasting for success in 2015 and beyond.”  While staying up to...

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25
September

Dennis Clark is Vice President of Talent Development for iHeartMedia.  He is also one of the most admired people in the business, both in the US and in the many countries around the world where he...

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11
August

US-based radio groups like iHeart Media and Townsquare Media are capitalizing on the fact that live events represent radio’s fastest growing revenue sector.   In fact, in its recently released...

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18
July

We always chuckle a little when an international news outlet like The New York Times covers topics like format flips, music-scheduling software, sound flow, and target listeners—subjects that it...

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6
July

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Ping Ho, who stepped down in June as Vice President of Digital Business Development at Warner Music Group (WMG).  With over a decade of...

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12
June

This may not be the most salacious topic that we’ve ever covered on our blog, but it is one that comes up more and more often in market research as companies want to maximize the amount of...

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14
May

Perhaps you were one of the 80 million (and climbing) who downloaded NPR’s (National Public Radio’s) wildly successful podcast “Serial” that became a viral phenomenon and, according to The New...

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