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Radio 3 is to broadcast a track of birdsong every Sunday morning as it launches a “slow radio” bid to help the nation get back to nature. The BBC station is to run snippets of birdsong at around two minutes long, as part of a new breakfast-time feature starring nightingales,…

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Broadcast TV in Brazil made up more than half of total media ad spending in 2015, according to research from Kantar IBOPE Media. Ad spending on other channels like newspapers, radio and digital search was significantly less. While newspaper ad spending does make up 13% of total ad spending—and it's…

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PCCW's now TV has secured the non-exclusive broadcast rights of UEFA Euro 2016 for Hong Kong viewers and will screen all 51 matches live in HD. UEFA Euro 2016 is one of the best and most popular football tournaments in the world. For the first time, 24 national teams will…

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For decades, the call letters KNDN have been a staple on the AM dial. Now, those same letters can be heard as an FM station that broadcasts country music and programming in both Navajo and English. Earlier this year, KNDN-FM started offering listeners a blend of contemporary country music at…

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The Guyana National Broadcasting Authority (GNBA) is working to ensure that an acceptable standard of broadcast is delivered to the public, Chairman Leonard Craig said last week. “…The Board wishes to protect the morals of our younger generation and is restricting broadcasting of certain television ratings in keeping with good…

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During a session on Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) at Radio Asia,  Fayyaz Sheheryar the Director General of All India Radio said all PSB broadcasters are facing the question of how to make revenue within the public service model. As governments are reducing funding for public service broadcasters, “there is competition…

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Commercial radio has had a landmark victory in its fight to limit payments to the record industry for music-streaming rights. Commercial radio stations will be required to pay the record ­industry a second licence fee for streaming music, on top of existing broadcast fees, but not as much as music…

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Royal blue with a large delivery-style basket at its helm, the official newsgathering bicycle of WLRN's Keys bureau was delivered in style Friday to veteran journalist Nancy Klingener. "It shows that they get Key West and how we live here," said Klingener, a Massachusetts native who has called Key West…

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Completing the repack of TV spectrum within the FCC’s aggressive 39-month timeline will require several significant do-overs by the agency — chief among them an accommodation for temporary TV transmit antennas but even then meeting the schedule will be dicey. That’s the bottom line of a presentation by Dan Fallon,…

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A new faith-based radio station may hit the airwaves in Terre Haute within the next three years. The Federal Communications Commission on Feb. 23 granted a construction permit to Terre Haute Seventh-Day Adventist Church for a new station on Channel 298. The station would operate on the frequency of 107.5…