Listeners who pledged money in a recent fund drive for WDET(FM), Detroit have sued the station for fraud over a format change. Seven listeners say in their suit, filed in Circuit Court, that the station management planned to kill daytime music programming before the October fundraiser. A Wayne State University representative told the Free Press the school plans to defend the station and its programming decisions in court.
St. Louis Broadcaster Allegedly Controlled by a Felon
FCC calls for a hearing to assess whether Entertainment Media Trust’s four licenses should be cancelled
Sue Gilks Joins Comrex as Director for Asia-Pacific Region
Will work with distributors to support existing Comrex customers and further develop markets in the region
Opposition Will Restore Shuttered ABC Shortwave Broadcasts
Australia’s Labor Party wants to turn the Australian Broadcasting Corp.’s SW transmitters back on in the country’s remote Northern Territory
An “Introduction to Blockchain for Media Companies” Will Be Provided By Online Event From MFM
An upcoming webinar from MFM, the Media Financial Management Association, will provide an “Introduction to Blockchain for Media Companies.” Scheduled for Thursday, October 18,...
Media Outlook 2019 Panel to Explore “The Blockchain Wave: What Might this Technology do for – and to – the Media Industry”
A session entitled “The Blockchain Wave: What Might this Technology do for – and to – the Media Industry,” will be featured during Media Outlook 2019, a...