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For the first time, KBIG-FM (104.3), the rock and pop purveyor nicknamed "MyFM," took sole possession of first place in the local radio ratings in April, edging ahead of sister station KIIS-FM (102.7) — the latest leg in a head-to-head battle that...
Harry Shearer is wondering what went wrong. His Sunday morning satire program, "Le Show," is syndicated to about 100 public radio stations nationwide and is also available on shortwave radio, NPR Worldwide and as a podcast on iTunes. Yet the station...
Pop station KIIS-FM (102.7) regained sole possession of first place in the local radio ratings for March, and its Ryan Seacrest-hosted morning show also jumped into the top spot, according to figures released by Arbitron. In February, KIIS had been tied...
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This post has been updated. See below for details. KDAY-FM (93.5), the Redondo Beach-based radio station that has been a bastion of R&B, hip-hop and urban contemporary music, is reportedly being sold and likely will flip to a Chinese on-air format in...
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The business of measuring ratings just got smaller. Nielsen, which has measured television ratings for decades, has acquired radio ratings giant Aribitron in a deal worth $1.26 billion, the company announced early Tuesday morning. The deal will put...
After the coffee. Before going through five days of mail. The Skinny: I caught up with the "Homeland" finale and while it certainly was a blast, I am still disappointed with where the show went this season. Also, I see no chemistry between Brody and...
Santa Monica's KCRW-FM (89.9) has already made it clear that the station would like to welcome former KPCC-FM (89.3) morning host Madeleine Brand to its team. But would the station be willing to move its signature show to do so? Maybe. The latest look...
Company TownPasadena radio station KPCC has hired former Times editor in chief Russ Stanton....
Money & CompanyHoping to deliver advertising to more affluent air passengers, a company that puts ads on the plastic bins that hold the belongings of fliers at airport security checkpoint plans to expand its operations....
The Morning Fix: It pays to be kept out of the loop. Oprah to help on Chicago Olympic push. Early TV season analysis. Shocker: Young people still listen to radio!Company TownAfter the coffee. Before setting the DVR for 'FlashForward.' Sometimes it pays to be kept out of the loop. The Wall Street Journal reports that Marvel Chief Executive Ike Perlmutter was granted 1.27 million stock options that could end up......
The Morning Fix: More Globes! What you really listen to in the car. 'Lovely Bones' marketing switch. Comcast rolls out Web service.Company TownAfter the coffee. Before deciding if it's too soon to ask out Reese Witherspoon. Admit it, you listen to weenie rock. The new electronic device Arbitron introduced to measure radio habits and eventually replace diaries has shown some interesting results.....
The disc jockey smiles when he hears Juanita Santos' raspy voice. "Art," she says from her small town near Fresno, "I want you to tell my husband, Juanito, 'You're my Chicano king. I'm your booty- licious. I can't live without you. I'll never let you go....
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