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  • For the record

    L.A. Kings parade: A caption for a photo that accompanied an article in the June 17 Section A about the parade marking the Kings' victory in the Stanley Cup finals described the celebrators in the photo as three fans in Kings garb. In fact, they were...
  • Ratings scandal involves Glendale radio station

    A Glendale-based, Spanish-language radio station affiliated with Univision Communications is at the center of a ratings scandal that has prompted a Nielsen Media Research investigation. And an executive at KSCA-FM, 101.9, has been fired for trying to...
  • Persian DJs keep the beat going at Los Angeles parties

     Persian DJs keep the beat going at Los Angeles parties
    The night began as Jewish celebrations often do — with the traditional dancing of the Hora. "Let's get a circle going!" Edwin Tabrikian, known as DJ Taraneh, said to the crowd. The 34-year-old Iranian DJ clutched his microphone and jumped up and...
  • Russ Stanton, head of news at KPCC, to step down

    Russ Stanton, head of news at KPCC, to step down
    Former Los Angeles Times Editor Russ Stanton is leaving Southern California Public Radio, where he oversees the newsroom that produces content for KPCC-FM (89.3) and other nonprofit stations. The newsroom was told Wednesday afternoon that Stanton...
  • In the Arts

    The Laguna Beach City Council granted $18,000 to local radio station KX 93.5 for emergency preparedness measures. The unanimous vote at the June 3 budget meeting means the radio station can install backup generators so it can broadcast for days during a...
  • Glendale Unified plans to issue $70M in bonds

    Glendale school officials are preparing to issue their second round of Measure S bond funds, totaling $70 million with a majority of the money going toward replacing bungalows with permanent one- and two-story classroom buildings. Voters approved the...
  • Ex-Rep. Walsh says he was kicked off radio station

    Ex-Rep. Walsh says he was kicked off radio station
    Former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh said today he was “kicked off the air” from his radio show after discussing racial slurs, including using the n-word. Management kept cutting off Walsh with commercials before taking him off the air “until...
  • Bimini SuperFast has special Friday for teachers

    Bimini SuperFast has special Friday for teachers
     The Bimini SuperFast ship is hosting what it's calling the "ultimate teacher’s appreciation party" Friday. That means no meetings, sunshine, gambling and the opportunity to knock back a drink or two.  The Bimini SuperFast sets sail at 9 a.m....
  • Tomato in your ramen: Japanese Gourmet Festival hits Torrance this weekend

    Tomato in ramen? If weird ramen speaks to you and you haven't yet tried tontoma ramen, this weekend's Japanese Gourmet Festival might be a rare opportunity. It takes place on Saturday and Sunday at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. The theme is gotochi...
  • WUCF celebrates top ranking in recent ratings

    WUCF celebrates top ranking in recent ratings
    Orlando radio station 89.9 FM WUCF, based at the University of Central Florida, is celebrating a banner Winter ratings performance. WUCF finished the ratings period (Jan. 2-March 26) as the highest rated full-time non-commercial jazz station in the...
  • TV Viewers Left Clueless by Media Megadeals That Will Affect Consumers for Years

    The media produce content that is widely consumed, as well as alternately loved and loathed. Yet as a business, its inner workings are poorly understood by the public, which spends so much free time with the product. It's a disconnect that's allowed media...