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  • What key witnesses to the Michael Brown shooting have to say

    The grand jury tasked with weighing criminal charges against the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown will have to make sense of a muddled and conflicting series of narratives over the next several weeks....
  • George Nicholaw, Former Longtime General Manager of L.A. Radio Station KNX, Dies at 86

    George Nicholaw, the former general manager of Los Angeles newsradio station KNX, died at his home Saturday after being hospitalized with an infection. He was 86. Nicholaw started his career at a radio station in Salinas, Calif. "Nicholaw was there on...
  • George Nicholaw dies at 86; longtime general manager of radio's KNX

    George Nicholaw dies at 86; longtime general manager of radio's KNX
    George Nicholaw, the longtime general manager of KNX-AM (1070) who oversaw its rise into an award-winning, all-news giant and delivered on-air editorials that made his voice familiar to millions of Southern California listeners, died Sunday in Los...
  • WHO OKs use of experimental drugs for Ebola patients in West Africa

    A World Health Organization panel advised Tuesday that it was ethical to use experimental, non-approved drugs to combat the Ebola virus in West Africa, and that five such treatments were being considered for “compassionate use.” “There...
  • Robin Williams' USO tours made him a familiar face to military crowds

    Robin Williams' USO tours made him a familiar face to military crowds
    Robin Williams earned his first Oscar nomination playing U.S. Air Force Sgt. Adrian Cronauer in 1987's "Good Morning, Vietnam" -- but his real-life relationship with the military in the form of USO shows didn't get rolling until 2002. Williams, who died...
  • Robin Williams film series at Artsquest

    Robin Williams film series at Artsquest
    In memory of the death of Robin Williams who committed suicide Monday, Artsquest will hold a film series featuring some of Williams best-loved movies that will benefit suicide prevention. The series starts this weekend at Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas at...
  • Radio Disney to sell almost all of its radio stations

    Radio Disney to sell almost all of its radio stations
    If you’re a Radio Disney fan who still listens to the network’s programming the old-fashioned way ­­ –  you know, on the radio – you might want to tune out this latest news. Then again, there are so few Radio Disney listeners...
  • Walt Disney Co. planning to unload 23 radio stations, lay off staff

    Walt Disney Co. planning to unload 23 radio stations, lay off staff
    Walt Disney Co. is planning to sell 23 radio stations and will begin distributing much of its Radio Disney content digitally, the company said Wednesday. As a result of the expected sales, Radio Disney, which targets children and families with an...
  • Why Matt Nathanson is high on Philly

    Why Matt Nathanson is high on Philly
    When Matt Nathanson plays Philadelphia's Mann Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 15, it will be the third time in nine months the singer-songwriter has played in Philadelphia. Nathanson stopped at The Electric Factory in November to promote his...
  • Vadio secures $2 million to mix radio, music videos

    Vadio secures $2 million to mix radio, music videos
    Vadio, a start-up that integrates music videos into online music streaming services, has raised $2 million in seed funding from individual investors including former media and entertainment executives, the company said Thursday. Vadio pulls music...
  • Interviewing Matt Nathanson: As career grows, Philadelphia stays behind him

    Interviewing Matt Nathanson: As career grows, Philadelphia stays behind him
    When Matt Nathanson plays Philadelphia’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts tonight, Aug. 15, it will be the third time in nine months the singer-songwriter has played in Philadelphia. Nathanson stopped at The Electric Factory in November to...