Hi there. I'm Blaine Thompson, and I'm based in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I'm building this Ohio radio station news site from scratch. I've been writing Indiana RadioWatch for nearly 20 years. You may send me news here. … [Read more...] about Introduction, and who am I?
Cincinnati Cyclones broadcaster obliterating barriers with excellence. … [Read more...] about Article: Cincinnati Cyclones broadcaster obliterating barriers with excellence
More, from RadioInsight.com. … [Read more...] about Dayton area Classic Country rebrands as “Real Roots Radio”
More from The Lima News. … [Read more...] about Lima area radio host Amy Chiles will retire
From The University of Toledo: "On the Air: UT Alumna starts Toledo's first Spanish-language FM radio station." … [Read more...] about Article: Toledo’s first fully Spanish radio station
Starting next Monday, Entercom's Hot AC/WQAL (104.1fm, Cleveland), Jack Freeman will join to co-host mornings alongside Jeremiah Widmer ("The Jeremiah Show"). Mr. Freeman last worked in Detroit at WKQI-FM as part of the Mojo in the Morning show ("Intern Jack Black"). … [Read more...] about Jack Freeman to mornings at Q104/Cleveland
Entercom's Hot AC/WQAL (104.1fm, Cleveland) morning host Jeff Kurkjian exits. Mr. Kirkjian joined WQAL in 2015 after attending Syracuse University and doing mornings at their esteemed WJPZ-FM. If you'll be at April's NAB Show in Las Vegas, you will be able to hear him again, as he joined KCYE (102.7fm) in mornings, alongside Aimee Montgomery. The duo begins there tomorrow. … [Read more...] about Jeff Kurkjian departs Cleveland’s Q104
More, from our friends at RadioInsight, as a court orders... … [Read more...] about Sagittarius Communications + TRO + FCC = ?
Blanchard River Broadcasting's Full Service/WFIN (1330am, Findlay) recently received FCC approval to add a 250 watt FM translator: W238CX. WFIN signed on in 1941, and added 24 hour service in 1989 (with only 79 watts at night). The FM translator will sign on later this year. … [Read more...] about WFIN Findlay adds FM presence
In 2013, Whiplash radio tried to sell their WYCL (1540am, Niles) and WHTX (1570am, Warren). That sale didn't go through, so Whiplash surrenders the licenses for both radio stations. WYCL went on the air in 1963 as WNIO, (NIles, Ohio). The Niles Broadcasting Company owned WNIO (father Frank and son Robert Bevilacqua, and Stephen Conti.) WHTX went on the air in 1955 as WHOT (then, a daytimer), and it was one of the first Top 40 (what we'd now call CHR) formatted radio stations. Myron Jones and Bill Fleckinstein started WHOT. … [Read more...] about Youngstown AM stations deleted
Raycom's CBS affiliate/WOIO-TV (Channel 19, Shaker Heights) and MyNetwork affiliate WUAB-TV (Channel 43, Lorain) welcomes Ian Rubin as their new News Director. Previously, Mr. Rubin worked as News Director for WNEM-TV in the Saginaw, Michigan market. He's no stranger to the Buckeye State -- Before joining WNEM-TV, he worked in Dayton as News Director for WKEF-TV. … [Read more...] about Cleveland’s WOIO/WUAB welcomes Ian Rubin as News Director