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86-yr old Dodgers’ Voice Vin Scully will Return for His 66th...

Published July 30, 2014 courtesy Fox News and Associated Press July 29, 2014: Broadcaster Vin Scully, left, embraces his wife, Sandi, at Dodger Stadium during a baseball...

WEDNESDAY in Broadcast History .. July 30th

It's the date of birth for Paul Anka, Arnold Schwartzenegger, Lawrence Fishburne, Hillary Swank, and funny women Lisa Kudrow, Delta Burke and Jaime Pressley. Johnny Cash recorded his smash hit 'Folsom Prison Blues', The Shadow started a 24-year radio run, The Guiding Light moved to CBS-TV for an amazing 57 year commitment, and NBC's L.A. Law received 20 Emmy nominations. Obits this date include actress Claudette Colbert, Howdy Doody's Buffalo Bob Smith, Sun Records owner Sam Phillips, and Superman co-creator Joe Shuster. Come INSIDE for all the July 30th milestones.

ESPN Suspends Stephen A. Smith over ‘Insensitive’ Domestic Violence Talk

ESPN announced today that Stephen A. Smith will not appear on First Take or ESPN Radio for the next week. He will return to ESPN next Wednesday. Smith had previously apologized for the remarks on Monday, saying that it was "the most egregious error of my career."

Award-winning radio voice Tarzan Dan is also a dance photographer on...

Calgary's KOOL FM Tarzan Dan not only excels behind the mic, but behind the camera lense

RIP Reverend Rod Booth, ex-broadcaster

Rod Booth became BC Regional Director of Broadcasting for the United Church of Canada in 1967. He took over church responsibility for the Sunday morning programs on CKWX Vancouver, and was the United Church liaison with BC media in general. Along with his Anglican Church counterpart, the Rev. Art Hives and various Catholic Church colleagues, he formed Interchurch Broadcasting. Their weekly newsmagazine show Dateline was broadcast throughout BC and eventually across Canada for more than 10 years.

LA Dodgers are #1, but 70% of Fans Can’t Access Their...

Last year, Time Warner Cable entered into a 25-year agreement valued at more than $8 billion with the Dodgers to distribute SportsNet LA, but their inability to reach carriage agreements with other multichannel distributors has left about 70% of the region unable to access the games.

Clear Sky Radio Awarded new FM Radio Station in Cranbrook and...

Clear Sky moves into British Columbia's Kootenays!

Sonic 104.9 Vancouver’s Kid Carson Got Married

By Staff Reporter, The (Vancouver) Province July 28, 2014 Kid Carson, host of the SONIC 104.9 FM show named after him, married Hanan Arabatlian in...

TUESDAY in Broadcast History .. July 29th

Celebrating birthdays are 100-year old Professor Irwin Corey, singer Martina McBride and documentary maker Ken Burns. Also born July 29th were late Canadians Lloyd Bochner and Peter Jennings. Jack Paar debuted as host of The Tonight Show, the Grateful Dead played Vancouver's PNE Auditorium, Friday Night Videos began a 19-year run on NBC, and Duffy's Tavern was heard for the first time on CBS radio. , Leaving us this date were a much-too-young Mama Cass Elliot (32), late night host Tom Snyder, plus actors David Niven and Raymond Massey. All the July 29th milestones are INSIDE.

Jessica Jackson settles in on mid-days with The Bear

Shortly after graduation from Assiniboine Community College, Jessica Jackson secured a two-month practicum and based on her performance, turned it into her first full-time job in Cranbrook, B.C. Come Inside for More...