Photo Of The Week Archives

03.31.15

Travailleurs Cordistes

Technicians work on a medium-wave tower for French broadcaster Bretagne 5 in Saint-Gouéno, France. The workers are installing insulators on the 150-foot tower. The Bretagne/Brittany-based private broadcaster is expected to fire up its new medium-wave service (1593 kHz) in June. 

03.20.15

Civic Responsibility

KNX(AM) provides air time to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in the monthly “Ask the Mayor” program. Here (clockwise starting on the left) KNX anchor Tom Haule moderates the program with L.A. Police Chief Charlie Beck, Mayor Eric Garcetti and KNX chief investigative reporter Charles Feldman. Photo by Howard Freshman.

03.13.15

Behind the Scenes at the Big East Tourny

Westwood One’s Amy Lawrence and Swin Cash conduct a post-game interview with DePaul Blue Demons coach Doug Bruno at the Big East Women’s Basketball Tournament in Chicago.

03.04.15

WBZ on the Scene

WBZ(AM), Boston, has deployed its Mobile Newsroom for the trial of the suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev. On the scene reporters (pictured) Clark Stevens, Lana Jones and producer Peter Clarke will be using the mobile facility for full-time coverage and to produce special material such as podcasts.

02.24.15

Crow & Bones

“The Bobby Bones Show” is coming up on its second anniversary on country radio. In celebration it will conduct its second annual Joy Week — a time of good cheer. One of the Bones crew’s favorite ways of celebrating is to bring bands and artists into the studio. They’ve already booked some top country acts for next week — Luke Bryan, Garth Brooks, Darius Rucker, Lee Ann Womack, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, etc. Here’s a tease from last year’s Joy Week, Sheryl Crow playing a set, including a duet with Bobby Bones. See that video here.

02.13.15

Warmathon

Mark Latterner, executive vice president, Commercial Banking, Citizens Bank, and Steve Carpenter, senior VP, Citizens Bank Branch Network, dropped into the KDKA(AM) studios in Pittsburgh for the station’s annual Warmathon. The Warmathon raises money to help needy families pay their utility bills during the winter. The Citizens Bank Foundation made a $50,000 contribution. The Warmathon raised over $400,000 during its two-day run. It is estimated that will aid over 1,100 families.

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