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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Why citizens switch to other news sources

    My wife and I were left confused and perplexed after reading Bill White's opinion piece on elections in the Sunday Best of the Week's Blogs feature. Specifically, he berates people who politically educate themselves via "slanted cable outlets" and talk...
  • WGN pulls plug on Sports FM station

    WGN pulls plug on Sports FM station
    Game over. Nine months after the bosses of WGN-AM 720 launched Chicago's first FM sports/talk station, they're throwing in the towel on the ambitious but unprofitable venture. Tribune Media will cease programming on WGWG-LP 87.7, known as The Game 87.7...
  • Jimmy de Castro explains why he called time out on The Game

    Jimmy de Castro explains why he called time out on The Game
    The decision to pull the plug on FM sports talk radio station The Game on Thursday after nine months on the air was not an easy one for WGN-AM 720 president Jimmy de Castro. It was even harder on staffers, including at least one who found out while on...
  • Orlando Radio personality diagnosed with enterovirus

    Orlando Radio personality diagnosed with enterovirus
    Radio personality Joe Kelley was diagnosed with the enterovirus D68, according to a blog post on the station's website. Enterovirus D68 is a respiratory disease. It likely spreads from person to person when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or touches...
  • ProFootballTalk to hit the radio airwaves in January

    ProFootballTalk to hit the radio airwaves in January
    Mike Florio, founder of ProFootballTalk.com, has signed a deal with NBC Sports Radio to host a three-hour, football-focused program that will debut in January. Florio, a sharp-witted lawyer who turned the homegrown website he formed in 2001 into an...
  • In radio interview, Orioles' Chris Davis discussed 'moment of weakness'

    In radio interview, Orioles' Chris Davis discussed 'moment of weakness'
    Orioles first baseman Chris Davis broke his silence about his 25-game suspension for a failed drug test when he touched on the subject in an interview this week with a local Christian radio station. Davis, who has declined to speak to reporters on...
  • ESPN radio schedule: World Series Game 7 tonight and then lots of football

    ESPN radio schedule: World Series Game 7 tonight and then lots of football
    If you can't watch it, you can listen to Game 7 of the World Series tonight on ESPN radio fo the Lehigh Valley (AM-1230, 1320). This game will, of course, wrap up the baseball season, but ESPN radio has lots of football beginning Thursday and continuing...
  • Shellenberger touts Brown's work on domestic violence in new radio ad

    Shellenberger touts Brown's work on domestic violence in new radio ad
    Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger is featured in a new radio ad supporting Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's gubernatorial run, as Democrats try to win over county voters in the final stretch before Election Day. The ad, paid for by the...
  • In case you can't get to the game or find the CBS Sports Network, here's a Lehigh-Lafayette option

    In case you can't get to the game or find the CBS Sports Network, here's a Lehigh-Lafayette option
    ESPN radio of the Lehigh Valley (AM 1230 and 1320) will be broadcasting the 150th edition of college football's most-played rivalry on Saturday when Lehigh and Lafayette play at Yankee Stadium. Matt Kerr will have the call with Lehigh alums and local...