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  • Univision Radio launches "good, bad, ugly" morning show in LA

    In a move aimed at recapturing past ratings glory, Univision Radio has unveiled a new morning show called “El Bueno, La Mala y El Feo” (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly), which emphasizes popular Regional Mexican music and banter by a trio of...
  • Nielsen: Radio reaches 90% of Americans each week

    Nielsen: Radio reaches 90% of Americans each week
    Amid a rapidly evolving media landscape, radio remains a constant in Americans' daily lives, according to a new report from Nielsen. Ninety percent of Americans listen to AM or FM radio each week, with the average listener tuning in for more than two...
  • Univision launches new morning radio show to replace 'Piolin'

    Univision launches new morning radio show to replace 'Piolin'
    In a move aimed at recapturing past ratings glory, Univision Communications Inc. has unveiled a new morning radio show called "El Bueno, la Mala y el Feo" (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly), which emphasizes popular regional Mexican music and banter by a...
  • Mystery surrounds hiatus of top-rated morning radio show

    Mystery surrounds hiatus of top-rated morning radio show
    Until a month ago, Ricardo Sanchez was flying high as Los Angeles' top-rated local morning radio host. Then the Spanish-language radio personality known as "El Mandril" disappeared from his slot on KLAX-FM (97.9), the Los Angeles station owned by...
  • Voice-over lessons convince columnist to keep his day job

    Voice-over lessons convince columnist to keep his day job
    On my first trip to Valley Village, I was thinking up excuses to turn around and go home. But Kristene Wallis had struck me as a lovely person, and I couldn't turn back after she'd generously offered to give me a bit of training. Plus, it was a chance...
  • Slim Whitman dies at 90; TV sales gave country singer new fame

    Slim Whitman dies at 90; TV sales gave country singer new fame
    The down-on-his-luck singer sat on the steps of Nashville's famed Grand Ole Opry, bemoaning the job he'd just lost at a radio station, when out walked country legend Hank Williams. The celebrated but troubled singer and songwriter, who had just been...
  • Bob Thompson dies at 88; 'Space Age pop' composer

    Bob Thompson dies at 88; 'Space Age pop' composer
    Sometime between ring-a-ding-ding and hunk-a hunk-a burning love, America slipped into something more comfortable and Bob Thompson was there to help. Thompson was one of the foremost composers and arrangers of what came to be known as "Space Age...
  • PASSINGS: Harry Birrell

    Harry Birrell, 85, a radio reporter and news anchor whose deep bass voice was heard on KNX (1070) for more than 30 years, died Saturday at his home in Thousand Oaks of complications from interstitial lung disease, said his son Walker. Birrell joined KNX...
  • PASSINGS: Michael Baigent, Elliott Reid, John L. Dotson Jr.

    PASSINGS: Michael Baigent, Elliott Reid, John L. Dotson Jr.
    Michael Baigent Historical mysteries author sued publisher of 'Da Vinci Code' Michael Baigent, 65, a writer who gained attention for launching a lawsuit contending that "The Da Vinci Code" stole ideas from his book, died of a brain hemorrhage June...
  • Think the Lakers should let Dwight Howard go? Think again

    Think the Lakers should let Dwight Howard go? Think again
    We have a major difference of opinion. And I understand why you are wrong. You began the season thinking, and being told by the media, the Lakers were going to be great because they had so much talent. You didn't get it in the first five games, so Mike...
  • Daum: Electronically, up in the air and at loose ends

    Daum: Electronically, up in the air and at loose ends
    In the scheme of mythical hazards — that you should never swim immediately after eating, that touching a frog will give you warts, that you'll grow hair on your hands if you, well, you know — the idea that an iPod could bring down a plane...