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  • KIIS, KBIG share first place in Arbitron ratings

     KIIS, KBIG share first place in Arbitron ratings
    Sister stations KIIS-FM (102.7) and KBIG-FM (104.3) edged into a tie for first place in radio ratings for May, just a month after KBIG had grabbed sole possession of the top spot for the first time, according to figures released Monday by Arbitron....
  • iHeartRadio, Spotify lead user growth as Apple unveils streaming

    As Apple finally enters the on-demand music streaming market, established services are making double- and triple-digit gains in users, according to a study by Nielsen. In the last year, the fastest grower was Clear Channel’s iHeartRadio, which...
  • Fleetwood Mac, Clear Channel sign revenue-sharing deal

    Fleetwood Mac, Clear Channel sign revenue-sharing deal
    Clear Channel Media & Entertainment has signed an agreement with the veteran band Fleetwood Mac to share performance royalties from songs played on the radio, the company said Wednesday. The agreement to let the performers collect revenue from plays...
  • Internet music service Pandora buys radio station, so BMI sues

    Internet music service Pandora buys radio station, so BMI sues
    Pandora’s legal disputes with performance-rights organizations are heating up. BMI, or Broadcast Music Inc., one of the groups that collects royalties from broadcasters to pay publishers and songwriters, is suing the Internet radio giant in...
  • James Steele, dismissed from 96X, bounces back with gig at NOW 105

    James Steele, dismissed from 96X, bounces back with gig at NOW 105
    "People ask me what happened," said James Steele, who ended a 6-year run at 96X, WROX-FM (96.1) on April 22. "I tell them, 'Radio happened.'" Steele lost his job as program director despite some stunning successes. He led a team that organized popular...
  • LAX contract bidder accuses ex-airport commissioner of conflict

    A bidder for a lucrative media contract at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday accused a former airport commissioner of conflict of interest because of his involvement with a joint venture recommended for the work. In a formal protest, Clear...
  • Michael Robertson's Uberstations to challenge TuneIn, iHeartRadio

    Michael Robertson's Uberstations to challenge TuneIn, iHeartRadio
    Former MP3.com Chief Executive Michael Robertson has entered the ever-growing online music streaming industry. Uberstations, which launched Thursday, aggregates streams of traditional radio stations, which users can listen to from the site for free. ...
  • Clear Channel sues Baltimore, calls new billboard tax 'unconstitutional'

    Clear Channel sues Baltimore, calls new billboard tax 'unconstitutional'
    Arguing that billboards should be protected as free speech by the First Amendment, media firm Clear Channel Outdoor has filed a federal lawsuit against Baltimore and its new billboard tax. Baltimore began imposing a tax last month on billboard...
  • LAX media contract bidding may be scrapped, started over

     LAX media contract bidding may be scrapped, started over
    Los Angeles officials will consider throwing out all bids submitted for a lucrative media contract at LAX because of conflict of interest allegations involving a former airport commission president whose firm is vying for the work. The possibility of...
  • Baltimore wrong to tax billboards

    Once more our fine liberal politicians (city or state, as both are the same mutated species) have reached beyond the bounds of common sense and constitutional intent to fetter the perceived "money holders." Let's go after those who have legitimately...
  • Animation glut? NPR chief Gary Knell heads to National Geographic.

    Animation glut? NPR chief Gary Knell heads to National Geographic.
    After the coffee. Before finding a way to check out Al Jazeera America. The Skinny: I want to watch Al Jazeera America but alas am a Time Warner Cable subscriber and it doesn't have a deal to carry the news channel, which launches today. I need to get a...