Julie Gidlow, Radio


Arbitron Cuts 10% of Workforce

Arbitron announced late Tuesday (March 24), it had cut 10 percent of its workforce as part of the company’s previously announced strategic realignment. The radio ratings firm is also implementing […]

Citadel’s KGO Drops to No. 2

After a 30-year reign at the top of the ratings, KGO-AM, Citadel Broadcasting’s News/Talk station fell to No. 2. KGO was surpassed by KOIT-FM, Entercom Communications’ Adult Contemporary station in […]

CC, Cumulus Swap Seven Stations

As part of its settlement with the Department of Justice, Clear Channel has a deal to swap Hot Adult Contemporary WNNF-FM (Radio 94.1) and Classic Rock WOFX-FM (the Fox) in […]

Updated: Congressmen Send Letter to Arbitron Chairman

Sens. Daniel Inouye (D-HI) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT) sent a letter to Arbitron chairman, president and CEO Stephen Morris on Friday (Sept. 19) asking the company to “take all steps […]

Arbitron to Add Cell Households to Sample

To increase participation of 18-34 year-olds in its radio surveys, Arbitron Monday (Sept. 15) announced an expansion of its sample quality improvement programs for diary markets. Beginning with the fall […]

Radio’s Mike, Mad Dog Split

Mike and the Mad Dog, one of the biggest on-air teams in sports radio are splitting. Chris Russo, the “Mad Dog” half of the 19-year-old “Mike and the Mad Dog” […]