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The Year in Programming, People and Calls (January-June)

By SCOTT FYBUSH

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It’s that time again: at long last, we’ve arrived at the end of a challenging year, both for the industry as a whole and for your editor personally. And that means we take a break from our weekly roundup of industry news for our 21st annual Year in Review edition. Year in Review installments will appear daily beginning today, all week long through our wrap-up on Friday, January 2, so check back every day for a new installment. We’ll resume our regular NorthEast Radio Watch report on Monday, January 5, 2015, and Tower Site of the Week is back Friday, January 9, 2015. (And in the meantime, our own Twitter and Facebook feeds and RadioInsight will be here with any breaking news!)


One of our long-running traditions here on Year in Review is to go back, month by month, to look at all the people. formats and callsigns that made headlines during the year, and there are so many of them that we’ve broken them up into two daily installments.

Back to Part One: The Year in Sales

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> > > Continue to part three: More of The Year in Formats, People and Calls

MAY I HAVE ANOTHER CALENDAR SALE?
Yes, you may.

Four months have passed on our Tower Site Calendar. Four glorious tower pictures.

But they’re still good for eight months, and still on sale. (But it’s fine to display January through April. The pictures look great any time of the year.)

Go to our store, click on the “Broadcasting Calendars” tab, select the options for the Tower Site Calendar (be sure to click on “yes” or “no” for a storage bag) and add it to your cart. Click on the “View Cart” button, and you are ready to check out.

And don’t forget our hand-numbered autographed calendar. It’s also on sale, but this is a limited edition.

2017-calendar-coverJohn Schneider’s “Radio Historian’s Calendar” has been so popular this year we’ve had trouble keeping it in stock, but we’re still selling it, and it’s price is lower, too. This year’s calendar features buildings that once housed radio.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Hopefully, the next part talks about the departure of Granite Broadcasting from Buffalo Broadcasting, and how it singlehandedly took down the dominant #1 station, WKBW-TV.

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