Anthony Cumia, recently fired from SiriusXM radio's "Opie & Anthony" program, will launch a new online video podcast beginning August 4, 2014. Read more.
Here are a few highlights from this week in radio history: births of Don Imus and Charlie Van Dyke, the tragic death of Joe O'Brien formerly of WMCA-AM, and the day radio waves enabled the world to hear and watch a man walk on the moon.
One of America's most famous deejays, Casey Kasem, died over a month ago and guess what? He is still not buried. Why? Read more.
Here are a few highlights in radio history from the week of July 13 - 19.
Tommy Ramone, the last surviving member of the 1970s punk rock band, the Ramones, has died. SiriusXM is airing a tribute and here are the times and channel.
SiriusXM Satellite Radio will provide subscribers with full coverage of the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Here are a few highlights from this week in radio history. Did you know Howard Stern was born and WABC/New York introduced the music chart? Read more.
Anthony Cumia, half of the famed Opie and Anthony radio duo, was recently fired from SiriusXM for Twitter rants many thought were racists. Have we had it with Shock Jocks? Maybe at least in social media.
With another July 4th holiday here celebrating American independence, it's worth pausing for a moment to consider the power of free speech - and propaganda - that is magnified by the power of radio.
Here are a few highlights from this week in radio history. Click linked dates for more events from that particular day.