Communicating the old fashioned way.â€‹Twitter and FB may rule the Zeitgeist, but an old-fashioned communications medium may be on the mend: low-power FM radio. A bill cosponsored by U.S. Sens. John McCain and Maria Cantwell -- the Local Community Radio Act -- would repeal some of the more draconian ... More >>
As we told you in Morning Juice, Joe Namath's been having to defend the beastly behavior of his two dogs, which he apparently trusts to keep "gawkers" away from his Tequesta home. But whose fault is it that people are curious about how the Super Bowl III MVP spends his days? I'd say it's the guy who ... More >>
Count acting FCC Chairman Michael Copps among those who believe the current strategy of decimating staffs at newspapers is the wrong way to deal with the economic downturn, especially since most are still making money. "I am seriously worried about the decline of broa ... 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 >>
An anonymous superhero steps in to clear the air of blah-blah-blah
Radio host Joyce Kaufman wins fans by flaying a new enemy: undocumented immigrants
Another payola settlement promises us better, braver radio. Let's not get too excited just yet.
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A Porn Starlet's Appearance on Satellite Radio Was More Rough-up Than Tete-a-Tete
Air traffic control, meet pirate hip-hop radio.
South Florida's Smut Doctors broadcast filthy radio to the world
Q&A with Vince Neil
In a scandal-ridden election year, the year's top ten music stories were all about winning the popular vote
The Revolution Starts... Now (Artemis)
Far from their homophobic homeland, expatriate Jamaican gays are haunted by the same old ghosts
Bucking the System
WBOS-FM (104.1) Readers' Choice: WPYM-FM (93.1)
Crooks abound in the world of long distance. But it takes a really good crook to steal from the other crooks.
Pirate radio, a Holiday Inn that isn't, lots of cops, and cagey promoters
Lloyd Kaufman keeps pumping out the celluloid sludge and sleaze
The lunatic fringe lives, breathes, and flourishes on shortwave radio
104.1-FM The Boss maintains radio silence
The president's war, his brother's fib, a black man's past, and Mayor Griffin's demise
Thanks to Native Noise, Clear Channel doesn't totally suck
Nothin' like Jello putting some jerkwad in his place
Fans of the late culture bastion WTMI are still crying into their brandy snifters
The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse
Letters for June 29, 2000
South Florida radio gets more homogenized following raids of unlicensed radio stations
This is not your father's radio
A simmering feud among Pompano Beach's dive-boat operators erupts into violence
Jerry Lyddane runs the most powerful pirate radio station in Broward. And the FCC be damned.