Rihanna says in a statement that Snapchat can throw away its apology.
Though the iHeartRadio app is popular for streaming music, it faces stiff competition from Spotify, Apple and other online streaming services.
It’s Na Na Na, Na Na Na, Hey, Hey, Goodbye to The Loop and hello to, what are they calling it? K-Love. There’s good reason for the nostalgia.
The Educational Media Foundation agreed to pay $21.5 million to Merlin Media for the station.
Minnesota Public Radio says a co-worker alleged dozens of sexually inappropriate activities by the former “Prairie Home Companion” host.
Cerebral Chicago radio personality Milt Rosenberg has died at 92. He hosted “Extension 720” for decades on WGN Radio.
The Weeknd, who has a clothing line at the retailer, says he was “shocked and embarrassed” by the photo and that he’s ending his ties with H&M.
Orkin’s deadpan superhero, the alter-ego of shoe salesman Benton Harbor, had no powers.
Another example of a huge media company deciding that what is easiest and cheapest to offer is also best for listeners everywhere.
An investigation reportedly found reason to believe the host “engaged in sexual relationships with multiple subordinates.”
FACE TO FAITH: Ex-Chicago radio host Kevin Matthews felt a call that led him to a broken statue of Jesus’ mother Mary. It changed his life.
Chicago radio personality M.E. “Mancow” Muller filed a lawsuit against his new boss Monday, alleging he fired Muller in retaliation a decade ago.
The selection launches a new program in the series, “Music: The Beat of Our City.”
The Chicago radio veteran has been M.I.A. from her top-rated morning show for more than four months.
The pop superstar used explicit language in describing what she called sexual assault when she posed for a picture with a Denver disc jockey in 2013.