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  • Ryan Kristafer To Join WTNH Connecticut Style

    There's a young vibe coming to WTNH's Connecticut Style. Deejay Ryan Kristafer has signed a two-year contract to host the show with WTNH  reporter and show host Teresa Dufour.  "I think my dad is more excited and nervous about it than I am," said...
  • Nov. 8 Letters: A Montessori perspective

    Editors' note: On Saturdays this month, we will feature letters from 10 students of the Hampton Roads International Montessori School in Newport News. For information on how more Peninsula-area students might participate in a similar letter-writing...
  • Joe Knight, radio personality

    Joe Knight, radio personality
    Joe Knight, a radio personality who was known to several generations of WFBR-AM and WCBM-AM listeners as "Joe Knight, the Knight of the Spinning Roundtable" during the golden age of Baltimore radio, died Saturday at Hope Hospice in Fort Myers, Fla., of...
  • Pop-Up Magazine: Live storytelling with no digital footprint

     Pop-Up Magazine: Live storytelling with no digital footprint
    The scene was a beautiful, chaotic mess, a mashup of live music, animation and rollicking storytelling for about 2,600 people filling Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. So ravenous was the crowd for Pop-Up Magazine's particular brand of storytelling...
  • WGN radio knocked off air when pipes burst at Tribune Tower

    WGN radio knocked off air when pipes burst at Tribune Tower
    Burst pipes at Tribune Tower knocked WGN-AM 720 off the air for 20 minutes during the 6 a.m. hour of the Steve Cochran show. The water streamed down from the ninth floor, where the pipes burst, and reached the radio studios on the seventh floor,...
  • NPR: Avoid referring to Michael Brown as a 'teenager'

    NPR: Avoid referring to Michael Brown as a 'teenager'
    Via Romenesko, a memo to NPR staffers supplementing the radio network's ethics handbook: The word  ”teenager” is not banned but is to be avoided. Michael Brown was 18 and that’s the age when you’re considered an adult. “...
  • Vintage carols out of tune with daughter's girl power radio

    Music has smoothed many a commute from our Logan Square home to my kids' South Loop school, a 7-mile drive that can feel like 70, depending on traffic and how many times I had to remind them to wear socks that morning. My daughter mostly calls the...
  • You can now find Radio Disney content on Slacker Radio

    You can now find Radio Disney content on Slacker Radio
    With AM and FM radio sliding ever more deeper into irrelevance as listeners migrate to Internet radio, Disney programming is increasingly making the transition to digital platforms. Earlier this year came the news that Disney was ditching almost all...
  • Kathryn Mahoney, Longtime WTIC And Travelers Employee, Dies At 95

    Kathryn Mahoney, Longtime WTIC And Travelers Employee, Dies At 95
    Kathryn "Kay" Mahoney, who worked for WTIC radio when it was owned by Travelers Insurance, died Oct. 13. She was 95. Mahoney, born in the Broad Brook section of East Windsor, had lived in Manchester since 1955. She was married to Fred Mahoney for 61...
  • Kurt Kittner steps away from Illini radio role

    Kurt Kittner steps away from Illini radio role
    Kurt Kittner is leaving his role as the radio analyst for Illinois football. The former Illini quarterback told the Champaign-Urbana News Gazette that the demands of his job working for a real estate company in the Chicago area and his family, which...
  • Crane removes iconic KTLA radio tower for renovation and relocation

    Crane removes iconic KTLA radio tower for renovation and relocation
    The iconic KTLA-5 tower, which stood watch at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Van Ness Street for more than 60 years, was dismantled Monday morning, piece by piece, so that it could be restored and relocated. The radio tower will be moved to its...