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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

iHeartRadio: Now Reaching 90 Million Users


As radio continues to evolve and change, it’s no surprise that people are spending more time listening online or through streaming apps. Currently, iHeartMedia’s streaming service, iHeartRadio is one of the most popular platforms for online listening. Earlier this month, iHeartRadio exceeded 90 million registered users, a landmark not yet reached by any other music READ MORE »

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

What’s The Most Watched Presidential Debate?


As with most elections, this year’s candidates understand the importance of a strong presence on television as Election Day gets closer. Through convention coverage, interviews, and press conferences, both candidates have taken advantage of the reach of television when trying to connect with voters. However, it is during the televised presidential debates that candidates can READ MORE »

Friday, August 26, 2016

Radio Media Tour Tips for Spokespeople : Video


You’re going to be a spokesperson for a radio media tour. Here are some tips to sound your best!

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Behind the Mic: Millennium Media–New Mexico’s John McBreen


Welcome back to the Behind the Mic podcast. In this episode, we chat with Millennium Media New Mexico’s John McBreen. We learn more about how McBreen got started in radio, what he loves about reporting and what it’s like covering news in New Mexico. Be sure to stay tuned for our next episode!

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Moving the Conversation: Comments to Social Media


NPR announced last week it would be doing away with the ability to leave comments on its website as of today, August 23. According to Poynter, NPR’s managing editor for digital news Scott Montgomery says that NPR’s official social media accounts, and those of its journalists, have become the primary channel of communication between the READ MORE »