03/09 - On this day in 1922, KJR-AM Seattle, Washington, began broadcasting.
03/10 - On this day in 1922, KLZ-AM, Denver, Coloradio, began broadcasting.
03/11 - On this day in 1944, Hendrik W. van Loon, a Netherland/U.S radio writer and commentator died at age 62.
03/12 - On this day in In 1993, WMMS-FM, Cleveland, Ohio was purchased by the Walt Disney Company.
03/13 - On this day in 1922, WRR-AM, Dallas, Texas began broadcasting.
03/15 - On this day in 1922, WSB, Atlanta, Georgia, began broadcasting becoming the first Southern radio station.
The imaging gives the radio station more character and is generally more appealing to listeners than whatever the station's legal call letters might be.
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SiriusXM P.O.T.U.S. Host Julie Mason interviews Pelosi from the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
The program repeats on March 7 at 4:00 p.m., March 8th at 12:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., and March 9th at 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. (ET)
You can hear it on SiriusXM's P.O.T.U.S. (Politics of the United States) which broadcasts on channel 124 and through the SiriusXM Internet Radio App.
03/02 - On this day in 1897, Guglielmo Marconi was granted the first wireless patent.
03/03 - On this day in In 1922, WWJ-AM, Detroit, Michigan began broadcasting.
03/04 - On this day in 1910, Lee DeForest conducted an experimental Radio broadcast from New York City.
03/05 - On this day in 1907, the first radio broadcast of a musical composition aired occurred.
03/06 - On this day in 1995, the Howard Stern Radio Show debuted in Phoenix, Arizona on KEDJ-FM.
03/07 - On this day in 1933, the CBS Radio Network premiered the first daytime radio serial, "Marie The Little French Princess."
According to Pandora:
Listener hours for Pandora during the month of January 2014 were 1.58 billion, an increase of 13% from 1.39 billion during the same period last year.
Share of total U.S. radio listening for Pandora in January 2014 was 8.57%, an increase from 7.68% at the same time last year.
Active listeners were 73.4 million at the end of January 2014, an increase of 12% from 65.6 million during the same time period last year.
Scott Shannon in the Morning will begin on WCBS-FM (101.1) on March 3, according to the station's website. The show will also feature Mr. G with weather and Joe Nolan with traffic.
"Not often does a legendary morning drive personality become available with the experience of waking up New Yorkers for more than 25 years," said Don Bouloukos, Senior Vice President and Market Manager for CBS Radio in New York City.
Listen: You can listen to WCBS-FM online through the station's website.
2/23 - On this day in in 1910, the first radio contest was held in Philadelphia.
2/24 - On this day in 1987, Radio personality Larry King was stricken with a heart attack. He survived.
2/25 - On this day in 2004, The Howard Stern Show was removed from 6 Clear Channel radio stations for indecency.
2/26 - On this day in 1991, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein went on Baghdad Radio to announce that Iraqi troops were being withdrawn from Kuwait.
2/27 - On this day in 1891, David Sarnoff was born - a United States pioneer in Radio and TV. He eventually became the head of RCA Victor.
2/28 - On this day in 1922, KHQ-AM, Spokane, Washington, began broadcasting.
The two did a bit which backfired and was condemned as homophobic. They posted a fake invitation to a fictitious seven-year-old's birthday party featuring a "response" from the child's mother stating she did not approve of the child's two fathers' or their sexual orientation. "Tommy will NOT attend. I do not believe in what you do and will not subject my innocent son to your 'lifestyle.' I'm sorry Sophia has to grow up this way."
"We sincerely apologize," the station announced on its Facebook page.