RSS 


By Paul McLane 10/30/2013 1:11 PM
He’d like to share his document with you and get your thoughts about the subject.
By Paul McLane 10/28/2013 2:36 PM
Have you noticed more lately?
By Jim Hilliker 10/25/2013 1:33 PM
My interview with Mike Callaghan
By Paul McLane 10/22/2013 9:35 AM
Engineering veteran shares memories
By Paul McLane 10/21/2013 11:54 AM
First informers thank first responders
By Paul McLane 10/16/2013 3:27 PM
Here’s a question of interest to those watching to see if the NextRadio app will be a success
By Paul McLane 10/16/2013 10:43 AM
If your radio station does business on the Internet, as most do, you may be in the practice of collecting visitor data. Here’s some news that you should know about.
10/9/2013 12:21 PM
What is Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s favorite radio show?

Scalia spoke at length with New York magazine about many things.

To spare you from having to dig through pontifications on the Ninth Amendment or why the State of the Union...

10/31/2013 9:24:00 PM
A video to watch if you appreciate radio tech history
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/30/2013 5:11:00 PM
He’d like to share his document with you and get your thoughts about the subject.
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/28/2013 6:36:00 PM
Have you noticed more lately?
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/25/2013 5:33:00 PM
My interview with Mike Callaghan
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/22/2013 1:35:00 PM
Engineering veteran shares memories
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/21/2013 3:54:00 PM
First informers thank first responders
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/16/2013 7:27:00 PM
Here’s a question of interest to those watching to see if the NextRadio app will be a success
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/16/2013 2:43:00 PM
If your radio station does business on the Internet, as most do, you may be in the practice of collecting visitor data. Here’s some news that you should know about.
Continue Reading     Comments        
10/9/2013 4:21:00 PM

What is Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s favorite radio show?

Scalia spoke at length with New York magazine about many things.

To spare you from having to dig through pontifications on the Ninth Amendment or why the State of the Union address is childish, I’ll get to the point (aided greatly that New York magazine put the media questions on the first page) — Scalia doffed his cap to NPR but his real radio diet consists of talk radio.

And his fave? Bill Bennett’s “Morning in America” gets the justice’s attention, at least while he’s shaving in the morning. Scalia said, “He has a wonderful talk show. It’s very thoughtful. He has good callers. I think they keep off stupid people.”

 

Continue Reading     Comments        
   


Archive

December 2016 (2)
November 2016 (5)
October 2016 (7)
September 2016 (4)
August 2016 (6)
July 2016 (5)
June 2016 (3)
May 2016 (4)
April 2016 (3)
March 2016 (6)
February 2016 (4)
January 2016 (6)
December 2015 (7)
November 2015 (6)
October 2015 (11)
September 2015 (7)
August 2015 (8)
July 2015 (10)
June 2015 (14)
May 2015 (5)
April 2015 (6)
March 2015 (6)
February 2015 (4)
January 2015 (5)
December 2014 (7)
November 2014 (6)
October 2014 (10)
September 2014 (11)
August 2014 (14)
July 2014 (4)
June 2014 (2)
May 2014 (5)
April 2014 (4)
March 2014 (6)
February 2014 (7)
January 2014 (8)
December 2013 (9)
November 2013 (11)
October 2013 (9)
September 2013 (6)
August 2013 (5)
July 2013 (1)
June 2013 (4)
May 2013 (3)
April 2013 (2)
March 2013 (8)
February 2013 (8)
January 2013 (7)
December 2012 (3)
November 2012 (4)
October 2012 (7)
September 2012 (10)
August 2012 (4)
July 2012 (7)
June 2012 (4)
May 2012 (5)
April 2012 (10)
March 2012 (5)
February 2012 (6)
January 2012 (5)
December 2011 (5)
November 2011 (5)
October 2011 (8)
September 2011 (9)
August 2011 (10)
July 2011 (6)
June 2011 (5)
May 2011 (7)
April 2011 (3)
March 2011 (9)
February 2011 (6)
January 2011 (7)
December 2010 (2)
November 2010 (3)
October 2010 (6)
September 2010 (10)
August 2010 (8)
July 2010 (7)
June 2010 (5)
May 2010 (5)
April 2010 (11)
March 2010 (7)
February 2010 (5)
January 2010 (4)
December 2009 (2)
November 2009 (4)
October 2009 (5)
September 2009 (6)
August 2009 (4)
July 2009 (3)
June 2009 (15)
May 2009 (8)
April 2009 (6)
March 2009 (2)
February 2009 (2)
January 2009 (1)
December 2008 (5)