• Train engineer blamed in Canadian tragedy - Radio New Zealand

    RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyTrain engineer blamed in Canadian tragedyRadio New ZealandUpdated at 12:56 pm today. The head of the company that owns the train that exploded in a small Canadian town on Saturday says an engineer failed to set the brakes properly on the train. Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway chairman Edward Burkhard. AFP.Canadian[Read more]

  • Train engineer blamed in Canadian tragedy - Radio New Zealand

    Vancouver SunTrain engineer blamed in Canadian tragedyRadio New ZealandUpdated at 12:56 pm today. The head of the company that owns the train that exploded in a small Canadian town on Saturday says an engineer failed to set the brakes properly on the train. Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway chairman Edward Burkhard. AFP.Death toll hits 15 in…[Read more]

  • Train engineer blamed in Canadian tragedy - Radio New Zealand

    Montreal GazetteTrain engineer blamed in Canadian tragedyRadio New ZealandUpdated at 12:56 pm today. The head of the company that owns the train that exploded in a small Canadian town on Saturday says an engineer failed to set the brakes properly on the train. Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway chairman Edward Burkhard. AFP.Death toll hits 15 in…[Read more]

  • Train engineer blamed in Canadian tragedy - Radio New Zealand

    CBC.caTrain engineer blamed in Canadian tragedyRadio New ZealandUpdated at 12:56 pm today. The head of the company that owns the train that exploded in a small Canadian town on Saturday says an engineer failed to set the brakes properly on the train. Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway chairman Edward Burkhard. AFP.Death toll hits 15 in…[Read more]

  • Train engineer blamed in Canadian tragedy - Radio New Zealand

    National PostTrain engineer blamed in Canadian tragedyRadio New ZealandUpdated at 12:56 pm today. The head of the company that owns the train that exploded in a small Canadian town on Saturday says an engineer failed to set the brakes properly on the train. Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway chairman Edward Burkhard. AFP.Death toll hits 15 in…[Read more]

  • Train engineer blamed in Canadian tragedy - Radio New Zealand

    Toronto StarTrain engineer blamed in Canadian tragedyRadio New ZealandUpdated at 12:56 pm today. The head of the company that owns the train that exploded in a small Canadian town on Saturday says an engineer failed to set the brakes properly on the train. Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway chairman Edward Burkhard. AFP.Death toll hits 15 in…[Read more]

  • Internet and satellite audience numbers indicate that people still love radio

    The Radio and Internet Newsletter covers Triton Digital’s online radio listening metrics for May, noting that growth is flat, in keeping with an expected “summer slow-down.” Pandora continues to lead the market by a wide margin, with more than 1.4 … finish reading Internet and satellite audience numbers indicate that people still love…

  • Mel Greig files claim against employers

    One of the Australian presenters who made the Royal prank call last year has filed a claim with the Fair Work Commission accusing SCA of not providing a safe workplace.

  • Quidem keeps Coventry licence for Touch FM

    Ofcom has awarded the re-advertised FM local commercial radio licence for Coventry to existing licensee Quidem, owners of Touch FM.

  • Good morning Boonton! HomegrownRadioNJ at eight

    07/09/2013 – around 10:00 am: I am listening to Beth Bush-Greenstein and Jules Greenstein’s “Free for All” show on HomegrownRadioNJ, an Internet radio station that operates from a studio in downtown Boonton, New Jersey. The duo come on most Tuesdays … finish reading Good morning Boonton! HomegrownRadioNJ at…

  • Plans for future DAB in Wales announced

    Plans to turn on extra DAB transmitters in Wales have been discussed today at a meeting with Welsh Assembly Members hosted by Lesley Griffiths AM.

  • Who’s Hiring Radio For News?

    There’s are a lot of shocked faces in the radio industry over this new Gallup poll revealing that radio comes in dead last as a main source for news and current events.  I’m not sure why. TV takes first place with 55% of the votes, followed by the Internet (21%), print (9%), and finally radio (6%).  The “good news” is that radio trounces “word of…[Read more]

  • BBC’s head of West Midlands radio quits

    The BBC’s Head of Regional and Local Programmes for the BBC in the West Midlands Cath Hearne has quit her position at The Mailbox.

  • Speakers announced for Next Radio event

    NextRad.io, the UK’s radio ideas conference supported by Broadcast Bionics, has announced their first set of speakers for this year’s event.

  • Kingdom FM fires up the Red Lolly Lorry

    A sunny day in Fife meant Kingdom FM filling its roadshow vehicle with ice lollies and giving them out to listeners.

  • “HOW DO I FIND TIME TO PREPARE FOR MY MORNING RADIO SHOW?”

    A Loyal Reader Writes: “I have been struggling with this for several years now. I work in Small Market USA. I am the program director, morning host and FM afternoon voice tracker. The News Director does the AM news and is part of the morning show. The Promotions Director is the morning co-host and comes […]

  • Independent radio pioneer Sputnik Kilambi dies at 55

    When Free Speech Radio News began over a decade ago, one of the journalists I found most compelling was Sputnik Kilambi. A veteran reporter for Radio France Internationale, Kilambi’s FSRN dispatches came from the Balkans, from Columbia, Sri Lanka, and … finish reading Independent radio pioneer Sputnik Kilambi dies at 55

  • FCC Shows Mercy on Station whose Missing Reports were Taken to the Grave

    Disgruntled employees can be a big problem for many organizations. I remember hearing rumors that a pissed-off worker at an advertising agency where I worked set a credenza on fire. Thankfully nobody was hurt. In the world of radio, irked … finish reading FCC Shows Mercy on Station whose Missing Reports were Taken to the Grave

  • Virtual Radio Station Tour of KJWL in Fresno

    In the midst of a Twitter conversation about radio station tours (yes, I tour stations for fun), Edison Research‘s Sean Ross directed me to a fun virtual tour of KJWL 99.3 FM (aka K-Jewel) in Fresno, California. From the KJWL … finish reading Virtual Radio Station Tour of KJWL in Fresno

  • Ed Vaizey confirms digital plan complete

    A digital radio future is one step closer today as Communications Minister Ed Vaizey confirmed the completion of the Digital Radio Action Plan.

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