The Year in People, Formats and Calls (Part II)
By SCOTT FYBUSH
It’s time once again for our Year in Review, the 22nd time we’ve gathered up our headlines from the previous 12 months and tried to sum it all up for you. Year in Review installments will appear daily all week, wrapping up on Thursday, December 31, so check back every day for a new installment! We’ll resume our regular NorthEast Radio Watch report on Monday, January 4, 2015, and Tower Site of the Week is back this Friday to ring in the New Year. (And in the meantime, our own Twitter and Facebook feeds and RadioInsight will be here with any breaking news!)Error, group does not exist! Check your syntax! (ID: 20)
We’ll count down the top ten biggest stories of the year starting in tomorrow’s installment, but first, as we do each year, we take a month-by-month run through the rest of the year’s headlines in people, formats and callsigns.
We have had several inquiries about the 2019 Tower Site Calendar — mostly along the lines of, “Is it really gone?”
If you are a subscriber at the Industry Professionals level, fear not: We have reprinted once again, and your complimentary calendar will be in the mail this week.
We rounded our reprint up, so we now have five calendars left for sale. Five. Exactly five. Only five.
So if you meant to order your calendar, now is the time, as we will not reprint again.
We also still have a few copies of The Radio Historian’s 2019 Calendar available.
Check them both out in our store!