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  • Classic car gives Laguna radio station a classic feel

     Classic car gives Laguna radio station a classic feel
    An occasional look at artwork and other displays around Laguna Beach. * KX 93.5's mascot is nothing if not conspicuous. The restored 1960 Chevrolet El Camino is painted a vivid yellow and emits a racket when its engine turns over. A donor who...
  • Times' new 'RealTime Desk' to focus on breaking news online

     Times' new 'RealTime Desk' to focus on breaking news online
    The Times is taking a new approach to covering breaking news with the creation of a "RealTime news desk" that will focus on coverage for the relaunched latimes.com. Deputy Managing Editor Megan Garvey, who is overseeing the effort, says the RealTime...
  • Beach Volleyball: Laguna Open a hit once again

    The 59th annual Men's Laguna Open beach volleyball tournament drew talented teams and big crowds last weekend at Main Beach. Some of the high-level talent among the top 28-ranked teams vying for expanded prize money included 32 AAA-rated players, several...
  • How my interview with O.J. almost ended in a fistfight

    As 1993 wound down, Leo Wolinksy, then the Metro editor at The Times, asked me to put together a story that would take stock of the period we’d just been through: A few days earlier, a jury had delivered a mishmash of verdicts against those involved...
  • 2 months of L.A. radio data may be wrong, Nielsen says

    In an unprecedented move, ratings giant Nielsen acknowledged problems with its audience estimates for Los Angeles radio stations. Nielsen conceded on Wednesday that two months of ratings data might have been compromised because of undisclosed problems...
  • Preakness ticket sales running ahead of last year

    Preakness ticket sales running ahead of last year
    Ticket sales for Saturday's 139th Preakness are running ahead of last year, as the event's past success and star power of featured musical acts allow organizers to curtail advertising. With the spotlight on the Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome...
  • You need to watch this bunny eating raspberries

    You need to watch this bunny eating raspberries
    You need to watch this bunny eating raspberries. No really, just watch.  The Canadian radio station The Bull 92.9 recently posted a video of a bunny eating raspberries on its Youtube page. It has more than 10 million views.  The bunny, named Luna,...
  • FCC Takes Fire From GOP and Democrats at Hearing on Media Ownership

    Republicans call the FCC rules outmoded and outdated. Democrats suggest some are ineffective. The gulf between the parties on just what role the federal government should play in limiting the concentration of media was on full display at a congressional...
  • FCC's media-ownership rules debated at House hearing

    FCC's media-ownership rules debated at House hearing
    The Federal Communications Commission was attacked by Republicans and Democrats during a congressional hearing Wednesday on the regulatory agency's media-ownership rules. Among the issues debated were the FCC's long-standing rule prohibiting one company...
  • Nielsen confirms 'inconsistencies' with Los Angeles radio ratings

    In an unprecedented move, ratings giant Nielsen has acknowledged problems with its audience estimates in recent months for Los Angeles radio stations. Earlier this week, Nielsen delayed the release of its May radio ratings, saying it needed more time to...
  • Dangers of sniffing glue highlighted by state medical examiner [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, June 11, 1964: Glue sniffing was in the rise in Harford County among people ages of 13 to 17. Dr. Henry Freimuth, a toxicologist from the office of the Chief Medical Examiner, furnished the...