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Monday, July 6, 2020

iHeartMedia Announces “iHeartRadio's First Responder Fridays With FirstNet, Built With AT&T,” A Weekly On...

iHeartMedia Announces “iHeartRadio's First Responder Fridays With FirstNet, Built With AT&T,” A Weekly On...
Landon Cube "20" Official Music Video Out Now!

LANDON CUBE RELEASES NEW VIDEO “20”

Landon Cube "20" Official Music Video Out Now!Rhythmic.fm – Maryland bred singer-songwriter Landon Cube releases his...

Saddle Up And Countdown SiriusXM’s Top 1000 Country Songs

Rhythmic.fm: Given country music’s long, storied history, compiling a list of the genre’s greatest songs may seem...

Sam Cooke Vinyl Releases of Controversial Recordings

CELEBRATING SAM COOKE AT 90: ABKCO ANNOUNCES VINYL RELEASE OF HIS TRACEY AND KEEN ALBUMS

Stations Playing Rickey Smiley Morning Show

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Stations Playing Rickey Smiley Morning Show

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Don Imus, Infamous for Rutgers Women’s Basketball Comment, Dies at 79

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Radio vet Don Imus died today in College Station, TX at 79. He was one of the revolutionaries of shock jock radio and a staunch enemy of competitor Howard Stern. Stern claimed in his first book Private Parts that Don Imus dissed him when he tried to meet him early in his career when he was a huge fan of the major radio star.

In recent years, (2007) greater controversy followed Don Imus when he made a distasteful comment about the women of the Rutgers Basketball Team referring to what he determined where their nappy heads by calling them "

Hilton Introduces iHeartRadio to its High-Tech Connected Room Platform

New enhancement will allow Hilton guests to stream music, local radio stations and podcasts straight from their Connected Room  (MCLEAN, Va., September 17, 2019)...

Watch exclusive performances & interviews with 2020 GRAMMY Awards nominees

In case you missed it, the 2020 GRAMMY Awards nominees include Lizzo earning eight noms, Taylor Swift‘s “Lover” in the running for...

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