Here’s a flashback to when ABC tried to introduce a satellite-delivered Top 40 music format called Superadio in 1982, starring some of the top DJs in the country.
My memories of starting out in commercial radio as a nighttime disc jockey, and lamenting that broadcasting opportunities like that no longer exist.
There has been a spate of stories lately about the manufacturers of electric cars not including AM radio in their dashboards because the vehicles’ electronics interfere with the signal. Here’s my take.
Since I’ve been writing about classic rockers lately (Elton John, Daryl Hall, Todd Rundgren), I have to share a few thoughts about Howard Stern’s recent conversation with Bruce Springsteen.
Nearly 40 years ago, I created a listener-participation game called Stump Mr. Video for my morning radio show. Too bad it could never work today. Here’s the story.
Brian Stelter was fired by CNN, but at least got to do a goodbye show, a courtesy that’s rarely offered to radio broadcasters. As I write in this piece, I speak from experience.
Taking regular phone calls from lonely listeners who just want to talk to someone is a recipe for bad radio. Here’s how I handled them during my years as a talk radio host.
Occasionally, during my years in music radio, I would get asked to speak to a high school class to explain what it’s like being in the business. This is what I told them.