Public radio nerds assemble: Diane Rehm is coming to town and will be hosting morning and evening discussions, with breakfast and dinner, to benefit South Florida's public radio station WLRN. On Feb. 8 from 7 to 11 p.m. she'll be speaking at the Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale ... More >>
In the race to break the news of the U.S. Supreme Court health-care ruling, several media outlets wrongly rushed out headlines declaring it had been struck down. But none botched the news with as much gusto as CNN.Full-sized screenshot of the mistake after the jump.
Thanks for nothing, Bernie!National media pundits try so hard to understand South Florida. Bless their hearts; they find the weird mix of hanging chads, Ponzi schemers, gator wrestlers, and condo flippers to be terribly confusing. And once in a while, they just flub completely.This morning on NPR ... More >>
Flickr user: therainstoppedForget this chick, Ira, and date us!It's that time a year again. All week, WLRN-FM (91.3) has been filled with the guilt-inducing sounds of yet another NPR fund drive. It's oppressive and embarrassing for everyone involved. Today on Morning Edition, Bonnie Berman cut to ... More >>
I freely admit to being a pencil-necked geek whose brain is addled by too much of the Diane Rehm show. Still, I'm rarely shocked. Yet as I was flipping through radio stations this morning, I was taken aback by the on-air pummeling that 93.1's Bubba the Love Sponge was giving to the Octo-Mom.Bu ... More >>
The strange saga of a religious advertising campaign begins and ends in Fort Lauderdale.
Bandwidth takes to the airwaves -- and lives to tell the tale