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  • Apple expands CarPlay to nine more automakers

    Apple expands CarPlay to nine more automakers
    CarPlay, Apple's vehicle in-dash entertainment system, will be supported by nine more automakers, the tech giant has announced. Audi, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Fiat, Mazda, Ram, Abarth and Alfa Romeo will include CarPlay on future vehicle models, the...
  • County Judge candidates Terry Neal and Daniel Archer are a study in contrasts

    County Judge candidates Terry Neal and Daniel Archer are a study in contrasts
    Second of two parts. Choosing a county judge is a task that leaves most voters flailing in the dark, and the August election is going to require even more scrutiny than usual from voters because of behind-the-scenes maneuvering. A group of mostly...
  • 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...
  • Casey Kasem dies at 82; radio personality hosted Top 40 countdown show

    Casey Kasem dies at 82; radio personality hosted Top 40 countdown show
    For decades, he was among the nation's best-known — and ubiquitous — radio personalities, hosting the weekend Top 40 programs that carried him "from coast to coast" and into the homes of millions of listeners eager to find out which pop song...
  • 2014 Kia Soul pleases as a day tripper

    2014 Kia Soul pleases as a day tripper
    Who knew hipster hamsters could’ve taken the Kia Soul this far. Not only is the Soul the second-best selling Kia after the Optima, it is also the hottest-selling car in an amalgamated segment that includes everything from the boxiest Nissan Cube...
  • Party-goers line up for July 4th Grand Park block party

    Party-goers line up for July 4th Grand Park block party
    Lines of people eager to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday with music, food and fireworks formed well before Grand Park opened its gates Friday afternoon. About 25,000 people are expected at the city's second annual Independence Day block party,...
  • TV Station Consolidation Slowed In Second Quarter - Kagan

    Broadcast station M&A volume reached $1.85 billion in the second quarter, more than $2 billion less than the year-earlier period, according to market-research firm SNL Kagan, when $3.88 billion of broadcast stations traded hands. The pace of...
  • Information Please

    Information Please
    According to the people on the front lines gathering the news, i.e. reporters, the problem with the Connecticut Supreme Court ruling Monday is that it’s too broad.¬† What stinks about it as far as I’m concerned is that it’s another blow...
  • Dish tells FCC to block Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal

    Satellite broadcaster Dish Network wants the government to block Comcast Corp.'s proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable. In meetings with top Federal Communications Commission officials earlier this week, Dish said a combination of Comcast and Time...
  • Nielsen concludes L.A. radio ratings probe; Univision not sanctioned

    Nielsen concludes L.A. radio ratings probe; Univision not sanctioned
    Ratings giant Nielsen on Wednesday said it has concluded its investigation into inaccurate ratings in the Los Angeles radio market, but stopped short of sanctioning Univision Communications for alleged unethical conduct by a former station executive....
  • Casey Kasem: From 'Shebang!' to Shaggy and beyond

    Casey Kasem: From 'Shebang!' to Shaggy and beyond
    Casey Kasem died Sunday, after a long career in broadcasting, from a disease that had already robbed him of the ability to speak. He was a voice, foremost, but he was also a familiar face: A set of white teeth he kept on display like a row of medals...