Delilah Adopts a Boy Nearly Two Years after Son Zack’s Suicide

The popular Seattle-area personality blamed antidepressant pills for her teen’s death.

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Published on June 15, 2019 at 10:24 am by Turn Table3

Celebration for KING Seattle’s Frosty Fowler July 16th

It will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, July 16th, on what would have been Fowler’s 97th Birthday, at Cristwood Park Activity Center Auditorium, 345 N. 190th Street in Shoreline.

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Published on at 9:24 am by Radio Man

Wartime correspondents inducted into CBC News Hall of Fame

“We owe a debt to those who sent back descriptions that were so acute, so haunting … that Canadians listening in were virtually transported to those battlefields of Europe.”

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Published on at 8:42 am by boredop

SATURDAY in Broadcast History .. June 15th

IT WAS JUNE 15th .. when the first-ever radio broadcast of live music took place from Chelmsford, England, featuring Australian soprano Dame Nellie Melba…
When the rural TV comedy/musical show “Hee Haw” with Roy Clark, Buck Owens & Canadian Don Harron, premiered on CBS…
When Rev. David Mainse broadcast the first “100 Huntley Street” program out of its studios at the said address in downtown Toronto…
..and when 83-year-old Bob Barker’s final appearance as emcee of CBS TV’s”The Price Is Right” aired. He had hosted the game show for 35 years!
ALL the milestones for June 15th INSIDE.

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Published on June 14, 2019 at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

Nick Cannon Returns to Radio Hosting LA’s Power 106 Mornings

CANNON, a TV/Radio host, comedian, actor, producer, rapper, writer, philanthropist, children’s book author and activist, hosted mornings on then-CBS RADIO Top 40/Mainstream WXRK (92.3 NOW)/NEW YORK from JANUARY 2010 to FEBRUARY 2012. He also was first host of NBC-TV’s America’s Got Talent.

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Published on at 2:36 pm by Ron Robinson

Is Radio Ready for a Sports Gambling Network?

The network will launch in August and include sports betting news, insights and analysis around the sports betting markets.

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Published on at 7:22 am by Turn Table3

FRIDAY in Broadcast History .. June 14th

IT WAS JUNE 14th … when a U.S. President was heard on the radio for the first time. President Warren G. Harding dedicated the Francis Scott Key Memorial and was heard on Baltimore’s WEAR …
When “The Happy Gang” troupe of musicians, led by Bert Pearl, made their first broadcast on station CRCT, the C-B-C flagship station in Toronto. It became a NATIONAL listening habit 4 months later…
When after 13 years Harold Peary played the role of The Great Gildersleeve on NBC radio for the last time …
When Toronto’s CHUM Radio published its final hit music chart …
..and when NBC-TV’s action-adventure series “A Team,” aired for the last time.
ALL the milestones for the date INSIDE.

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Published on June 13, 2019 at 9:00 pm by Ron Robinson

Press Sect’y Sarah Huckabee Sanders Leaving White House

“After 3 1/2 years, our wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of the month and going home to the Great State of Arkansas,” tweeted the President.

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Published on at 2:31 pm by News Beat

CTV to Carry Raptors Game 6 on its Main Network

Bell’s decision to carry Thursday’s Game 6 in Oakland on CTV and TSN could possibly top 7 million viewers on this side of the border.

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Published on at 12:01 pm by Ron Robinson

Stanley Cup Game 7 Scores 25-Year High for NHL TV Ratings (US)

The Blues’ 4-1 win over the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals delivered a 6.2 household rating in metered markets, the highest such number for an NHL game since 1994.

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Published on at 11:38 am by Radio Man