Home Login RADIO ONLINE
Find Radio Online
AM FM HD

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
The Bob & Tom Show: Legendary Top 40 radio personality and Radio Hall of Famer John Records Landecker paid a visit to "The Bob & Tom Show" last week to surprise cast member Chick McGee on his birthday. L-R: The Bob & Tom Show's Grace Yinger, Tom Griswold, Kristi Lee and Josh Arnold, the legendary John Landecker and The Bob & Tom Show's Chick McGee (Photo credit: Art Vuolo)
Highslide JS
WBWL-FM/Boston: WBWL Program Director Ginny Brophey and WBWL midday host Jessica Callahan with Brett Eldredge at his sold out ''Glow'' holiday concert Tuesday night at the Beacon Theater in New York.
Highslide JS
WBAL-AM/Baltimore: WBAL Radio and Hearst Stations announced the completion of a new studio for WBAL Radio. After many faithful years of service, the old studio was taken apart, walls were removed to make more room, and a new, multi-media facility was built. This new WBAL Studio space is based on Wheatstone Audio-Over-IP technology, using the latest LXE Console from Wheatstone. The console is designed to be fully flexible, with almost all buttons able to be custom programmed for the needs of the station.
Highslide JS
Benztown: The Benztown Brigade was out in full force serving dinner to the guests at the Hollywood Food Coalition. The Hollywood Food Coalition serves a hot dinner every single night, rain or shine to approximately 130-200 people in need. L-R: Benztown's Chris Johansing, Dave ''Chachi'' Denes and Susan Aksu, as well as fellow volunteer, Andres.
The Bob & Tom Show WBWL-FM/Boston WBAL-AM/Baltimore Benztown

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
KRKO-AM/Seattle: KRKO morning man Tim Hunter invites listeners to help the Volunteers of America Stuff a Bus for Neighbors in need. A three weekend drive that will help thousands of area families in need.
Highslide JS
WLS-AM/Chicago: Westwood One talk and podcast talent Ben Shapiro, recently named the inaugural recipient of the Radio Hall of Fame's ''The One to Watch'' recognition award, stopped by WLS-AM in Chicago on Monday, November 12, and did his podcast in front of a live studio audience. He also announced to the crowd that his radio show would now be airing on WLS.
Highslide JS
WBAV-FM/Charlotte: V101.9 air personality Fly Ty (left) helps give away turkeys at ''The Steve Harvey Morning Show Annual Turkey Give'' in Charlotte. Harvey and Premiere Networks gave away more than 8,000 turkeys as part of the annual Turkey Give. Affiliates of the syndicated morning show gave the turkeys away to help those less fortunate celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
Highslide JS
Townsquare Media: Actress/singer Rita Wilson chatted with ''Taste of Country Nights'' host Sam Alex on the CMA Awards Red Carpet in Nashville last Wednesday evening.
KRKO-AM/Seattle WLS-AM/Chicago WBAV-FM/Charlotte Townsquare Media

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
Cumulus Media: Country's Kane Brown is a busy man with the release of his sophomore album, ''Experiment,'' hitting this Friday, but he stopped by ''Ty, Kelly and Chuck'' studios in Nashville to talk about his new album, ''100,000 Thank Yous'' and performing in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. L-R: Ty Bentli, Kane Brown and Chuck Wicks
Highslide JS
Elvis Duran Group: The most recognizable faces in television and film were at The Carney Awards Sunday night. L-R: David Katz, Elvis Duran Group CEO/executive producer of The Carney Awards; Joe Morton, honoree; Bruce Greenwood, honoree; Jessica Walter, honoree; Brian Carney, actor/voice-over artist/executive producer of The Carney Awards; James Cromwell, honoree; M. Emmet Walsh, honoree; and Jim Katz, Emmy Award winning producer/executive producer of The Carney Awards. (photo credit: Brian Friedman)
Highslide JS
Cumulus Media: The Pistol Annies (made up of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley) stopped by ''Ty, Kelly and Chuck'' studios in Nashville -- ahead of their headlining show at The Ryman Auditorium -- to talk new music, performing together and more. L-R: Angaleena Presley, Ty Bentli, Miranda Lambert, Chuck Wicks and Ashley Monroe.
Highslide JS
KRQQ-FM/Tucson: iHeartMedia Tucson team decided to team up with Peter Piper Pizza to re-celebrate Teddy's 6th birthday party. Recently, Teddy's mom had invited 32 of his classmates to his pizza party on Sunday afternoon and no one showed up. After ABC15 posted the picture online the imaged quickly surfaced the Internet making it viral. Hundreds of people reacted to this story, reaching out from all over the world to wish Teddy a Happy Birthday via social media.
Cumulus Media Elvis Duran Group Cumulus Media KRQQ-FM/Tucson

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
KNUC-FM/Seattle: Collaborating with the Auburn Valley Humane Society, The New 98.9 The Bull's Tim, Red and Claire held a fundraiser on-air from 5-9am for a painting a painting which Tim Leary named "Starry Starry Jameson." In just four short hours, The Bull Morning show raised $2,006 to benefit The Auburn Valley Humane Society. Claire Beverly's wife Shar used a bottle of Jameson Whiskey in place of denatured alcohol and created the painting.
Highslide JS
iHeartMedia/Chicago: As part of their ongoing support of National Breast Cancer Awareness month, ''The Steve Harvey Morning Show's'' Shirley Strawberry and Carla Ferrell joined more than 4,000 in the 2018 Sista Strut Breast Cancer Walk in Chicago this past weekend. L-R: Shirley Strawberry (left) and Carla Ferrell (right) participate in the walk in Chicago with iHeartMedia affiliate V103.
Highslide JS
Cumulus Media: The one and only Dolly Parton joined Ty, Kelly and Chuck in-studio in Nashville to talk about her latest Netflix project, ''Dumplin','' which led her to working with Jennifer Aniston and Sia. Ty, Kelly and Chuck also chatted with Dolly about her Imagination Library and her most embarrassing moment. L-R: Ty Bentli, Dolly Parton, Kelly Ford and Chuck Wicks.
Highslide JS
Westwood One: More than 25 U.S. major music radio outlets and two Westwood One syndicated shows, Zach Sang Show and The Adam Bomb Show, took their place on Radio Row at the 2018 American Music Awards. The live event aired Tuesday on ABC. Pictured are the always suave Mike McVay, EVP Programming & Content for Cumulus Media and Westwood One, with singer Ashlee Simpson and husband, actor Evan Ross. Photo credit: Bobby Quillard.
KNUC-FM/Seattle iHeartMedia/Chicago Cumulus Media Westwood One

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
Premiere Networks: ''The Bobby Bones Show'' announced details for its fifth-annual Joy Week celebration. From October 8-11, the radio show will once again encourage listeners to choose joy, spread happiness and do good things for others with a big week of live studio performances by Country music stars. Pictured: The Bobby Bones Show cast wearing the Joy Week limited-edition, neon #PimpinJoy apparel.
Highslide JS
Westwood One: Westwood One Senior VP, Digital Tim Sabean (L) got a visit this from Jackie ''The Joke Man'' Martling, Gregg ''Opie'' Hughes, host of Opie Radio on Westwood One Podcast Network and ''Stuttering'' John Melendez, all formerly of The Howard Stern Show. Needless to say, the laughs were loud and plenty.
Highslide JS
Bob And Tom: ''The Bob & Tom Show'' broadcast live from the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek and the 2018 Radio Show. The broadcasts features guests including Frank Caliendo, Drew Hastings, Pat Godwin, Greg Hahn and Jim Bohannon, among others. Host and National Radio Hall of Fame inductee Tom Griswold joined the full ensemble cast including Chick McGee, Josh Arnold, Kristi Lee, Donnie Baker, Allee Breen, Al Jackson, Grace Yinger and Jessica Alsman.
Highslide JS
Westwood One: ''NASH Nights Live'' co-host Elaina Smith, singer/songwriter Jewel, Westwood One President Suzanne Grimes and Kaitlyn Bristowe from "The Bachelorette" served as panelists on the 2018 Radio Show's Wednesday Headliner Session, "The Podcast Boom," in Orlando. The session was moderated by PodcastOne Chairman/CEO Norm Pattiz, and also featured panelists Mario Lopez and Darren Davis of iHeartMedia. Jewel capped the session with a surprise performance of her new single, ''No More Tears.''
Premiere Networks Westwood One Bob And Tom Westwood One

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
Cumulus Media: Kevin Harlan -- Westwood One Monday Night Football announcer and the National Sports Media Associations Sportscaster of the Year -- spoke to a large group of 2018 Radio Show Student Scholars about the business of radio broadcasting during ''The Student Scholar Kick-off.'' He shared stories and offered advice to the students. L-R: Suzanne Grimes, EVP Marketing for Cumulus Media and President Westwood One with Harlan.
Highslide JS
Premiere Networks: ''The Woody Show,'' which originates from iHeartMedia's KYSR-FM (ALT 98.7)/Los Angeles and syndicated by Premiere Networks, welcomed Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and drummer Taylor Hawkins in studio this week. The bandmates discussed a wide range of topics, including how they met, the evolution of Rock music and the upcoming Foo Fighters-curated Cal Jam 18 festival. L-R: Dave Grohl, Woody and Taylor Hawkins.
Highslide JS
WIL-FM/St. Louis: Remy from New Country 92.3's afternoon show ''Mason and Remy''raised thousands for the Humane Society of Missouri in a marathon 14-hour swing-a-thon on Tuesday. And Bud and Broadway, Kelly from Arnold and air talent from the other Hubbard Radio/St. Louis stations came out to ''pinch swing'' for Remy. The total number of golf balls hit by Remy (and other ''pitch swingers'') was 7,521.
Highslide JS
Premiere Networks: CMT personality Cody Alan welcomed Country superstar Carrie Underwood to his radio studio in Nashville to promote the September 14 release of her sixth studio album ''Cry Pretty.'' In addition to chatting about making the album, Underwood discussed her new Sunday Night Football theme and why she chose to do an all-female tour.
Cumulus Media Premiere Networks WIL-FM/St. Louis Premiere Networks

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
KVRQ-FM/Seattle: Tim Leary from The New 98.9 The Bull's Tim, Red & Claire went over the edge of the 25 story, 250+ foot Hotel Murano in Tacoma, WA to raise awareness for the Habitat Challenge. Leary said, ''That was one of the most unbelievably challenging things I've ever done! 250 Feet is a long drop, especially not being a fan of heights. I am very thankful to be a part of this for Habitat for Humanity. I am also very thankful to be on the ground.''
Highslide JS
WRRM-FM/Cincinnati: The Warm 98.5 morning show hosts Capitol recording artist Calum Scott in-studio Wednesday, September 5. So of course Jim Day and Amanda Orlando had some fun with the Marvel paraphernalia they had lying around.
Highslide JS
WTMJ-AM/Milwaukee: WTMJ listeners came together to raise more than $40,000 so far for the American Red Cross to aid victims impacted by the recent historic flooding and severe thunderstorms across the state of Wisconsin. The initial donations came as part of the stations' three-hour ''Wisconsin Strong -- Storm Relief'' radiothon on August 31. L-R: Today's TMJ4's Carole Meekins with WTMJ's John Mercure.
Highslide JS
Beasley Media Group: BMI songwriter Kara DioGuardi shared stories and performed several of her songs during a special lunchtime session during the 2018 Beasley Media Group Managers Meeting on Friday, August 24 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston. L-R: WKLB-FM (Country 102.5) midday personality Carolyn Kruse with Kara DioGuardi.
KVRQ-FM/Seattle WRRM-FM/Cincinnati WTMJ-AM/Milwaukee Beasley Media Group

Click Photo to Enlarge
Highslide JS
NASH FM: Blair Garner, Host of "The Blair Garner Show", interviewed Keith Urban for an audience of 20 radio winners flown in to Cumulus Media's NASH Campus in Nashville from the top 50 Cumulus markets to celebrate Urban's latest single, ''Coming Home'' going to #1. Pictured: Blair Garner and Keith Urban.
Highslide JS
WUSQ-FM/Winchester: Shenandoah Country Q102 Winchester, VA, midday personality Lori hangs with LanCo before their concert at the Clarke County Fair in Berryville, VA.
Highslide JS
KQRS-FM/Minneapolis: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and former Journey frontman Steve Perry brought his new album artwork (his first in 24 years) to KQRS in Minneapolis last week. Perry gave his first interview promoting his long-awaited album to Tom Barnard, National Radio Hall of Famer and host of the KQ Morning Show. (Photo credit: RKH Images)
Highslide JS
WHBC-FM/Canton: WHBC-AM (News/Talk 1480) and WHBC-FM (Mix 94.1)/Canton, OH, along with AultCare raised $213,946 for Wishes Can Happen and AultCare. The stations joined forces once again to broadcast live August 9-10 for 36 hours in the parking lot at Springbrook Plaza, Whipple Avenue NW, Canton.
NASH FM WUSQ-FM/Winchester KQRS-FM/Minneapolis WHBC-FM/Canton