Radio stations are like people who we invite into our cars and homes. We don’t want them to change and we want them around forever. Unfortunately, that doesn’t apply in radio.
I love radio. It’s my first love, virtually from the time I was born. One of the things I love about radio is the things they do around the holidays that only radio can do.
These past few days remind me why I love being in broadcasting over these past 40 years. When adversity hits, broadcasters have always risen to the challenge.
The Rangers are retaining for another season the broadcasting teams with whom they finished the 2012 season.
Internet radio company Pandora is adding more functionality to its mobile apps, as companies intensify efforts to lure mobile advertising dollars.
This October represents the 40th anniversary of “Yours Truly” being in over the air broadcasting. The time has really flown by!
The Marconi Awards were held Thursday night in Dallas, and CBS Radio station Mega 107.5 was named the Spanish Station of the Year.
Does Greggo feel that Gillispie is done as the Red Raiders leader after one season? He talked about it on the Richie & Greggo Show Wednesday on 105.3 The Fan.
In my opinion, Skip has had a pretty healthy track record of saying some pretty ignorant, asinine statements. And, in true Bayless fashion, he continues to do so.
August reminds me of why I am glad that federal rules were changed a little over 10 years ago, that permitted a broadcast licensee to own two television stations in the same area.
The Fan is out and about in the DFW metroplex. Come see us!
Remember all of the old Cowboys songs of the past? The Fan thinks you can do better!