Thursday, May 16, 2013

Radio 92.9 Earthfest Announces 'One for the One Fund' Initiative

Earlier this week, Greater Media's WBOS/MyRadio 92.9 announced the “One for the One Fund” initiative at this year’s Earthfest scheduled to take place this Saturday, May 18th This is the 20th anniversary of the event, which is the largest free outdoor public concert in the country and is held at the DCR Hatch Memorial Shell, along the Charles River in Boston. Full details can be found here



BRW Notebook :

Money train : Bloomberg Radio which has been heard on AM 1200 and 94.5FM-HD2 over the past 2 1/2 months celebrated its official launch with a live 12-hour broadcast from South Station last week. The Globe interviewed Bloomberg Radio programmer Al Mayers who has long ties to Boston radio -he programmed Boston's news/talkers WRKO 680 and WHDH 850 in 1980's and 1990's. Mayers plans to launch weekend and specialty programming on the full-time business station in the near future. Mayers joined Bloomberg Radio in 2001.

2 comments:

Laurence Glavin said...

I didn't see any raw rating number for WXKS-AM or a cume either in the latest book made available to the public. Is Clear Channel restricting any figures to clients or were the numbers just abysmal (although I doubt Bllomberg cares)?

Anonymous said...

Leased-time stations generally don't waste their money subscribing to Arbitron. They target a specific client demo and conduct market research and analysis via tools that are less expensive and way more atomic than Arbitron.