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Tag Archives: radio
Feb. 17th was the premiere of the new Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) “Radio Rebel” starring, star of “Jessie” and “Suite Life on Deck,” Debby Ryan. So here is the premise… girl in high school has extremely popular radio show … Continue reading
Veteran ESPN Radio SportsCenter Reporter Dan “The Duke” Davis Retiring – Signs off for good tomorrow.
Veteran ESPN Radio SportsCenter Reporter Dan “The Duke” Davis will be signing off for good tomorrow as he retires after 20 years at ESPN. His final time at the mic will be 3:30 p.m. ET Friday at ESPN Radio’s Bristol, … Continue reading
Beginning on January 2nd, 1938 Disney and RKO broadcast the “Mickey Mouse Theater of the Air” a radio-variety show on NBC. It featured many regular Disney characters including Walt Disney doing the voice of Mickey Mouse for the first four … Continue reading
The two major U.S. satellite radio companies have finally completed their merger after 16 months of regulatory red tape. One of the major concerns had been that Sirius and XM would be creating a monopoly. I say it is “good” … Continue reading