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Radio giant iHeartMedia files bankruptcy plan to reduce debt

Mar 15, 2018

IHeartMedia, one of the world's largest radio and billboard companies, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

Public TV worth paying for: Swiss voters nix bid to end fees

Mar 4, 2018

Swiss voters handily reject proposal to end mandatory fees to finance publicly supported TV and radio; results brings relief to Europe's state-backed broadcasters

PBS launching new conservative political talk show

Feb 28, 2018

Columnist Michael Gerson and commentator Amy Holmes will host a new conservative talk show that premieres on PBS in early April

Keillor: Relationship with accuser simply 'romantic writing'

Feb 24, 2018

Garrison Keillor says his relationship with a woman who accused him of sexual harassment was nothing more than "romantic writing" and that the two never had a sexual relationship

Republican congresswoman: Many mass murderers are Democrats

Feb 22, 2018

Republican congresswoman says 'many' people who commit mass murder are Democrats, but she offers no evidence; Democratic challenger calls her comments 'disgusting' and 'toxic'

Arkansas radio station removes 'babe' from bracket's name

Feb 21, 2018

An Arkansas radio station says it'll no longer call a promotion where listeners rate 16 local female television personalities in a tournament-like contest a "Babe Bracket" after facing growing criticism

ESPN radio station to take over broadcasts of UConn games

Feb 16, 2018

An ESPN radio station will take over broadcasts of University of Connecticut sports games next fall in a multimillion dollar deal that will dump another station that has been the voice of the Huskies for 26 years

Protest over Little Rock's "Babe Bracket" spreads nationwide

Feb 16, 2018

A TV journalist from Arkansas who was the runner-up in a radio station's "Babe Bracket" last year started a protest that has caught the eye of female reporters nationwide

Broadcaster Wolf, 80, sues Imus, alleging age discrimination

Feb 15, 2018

Sportscaster who popularized 'Let's go to the videotape!' files age discrimination lawsuit over firing from shock jock Don Imus' radio show; Warner Wolf, 80, says he was replaced by someone 3 decades younger

Radio host loses job after sexual comments on teen Olympian

Feb 15, 2018

A San Francisco Bay Area radio station has fired one of its hosts after he made sexual comments about 17-year-old Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim on another station

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