Media & Publishing

Apr 7, 2011 7:20 AM
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Better numbers from Debut

Debut Broadcasting posted a fourth-quarter profit of about $65,000, reversing a big late-2009 loss. The top line at the radio station owner and content syndicator (Ticker: DBTB) grew about 15 percent in 2010.

Mar 30, 2011 12:33 PM

Cool Springs Press founder dies

Roger Waynick, founder an publisher of Cool Springs Press, died last week from complications of a stroke. Waynick just last month sold his niche publishing company to a British company and had drawn up plans to expand its offerings.

Mar 28, 2011 7:32 AM

More content for Corporate Board Member

Corporate Board Member has hooked up with two organizations to beef up its corporate governance content offerings, particularly its "This Week in the Boardroom" webcast. CBM President T.K. Kerstetter says his group's partnerships with the National Investor Relations Institute and Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals will add expertise in the areas of investor relations and director engagement, among others.

Mar 18, 2011 9:32 AM

Debut Broadcasting launching three national shows

Nashville-based Debut Broadcasting said its Syndication Division is launching three new national radio programs.

The shows are "A Country Legend," a daily interview feature for country radio stations; "Radio Racing Minute," a 90-second NASCAR oriented feature hosted by NASCAR commentator Todd Lewis for 100 radio stations; and "Boot Scooting 90s," a country music radio show targeted at hits from the 90s. The latter show was introduced at the Country Radio Convention in Nashville to a positive reception, according to Debut.

"We are very excited to announce these new additions to our syndication line-up," said Ron Heineman, CEO of Debut Broadcasting. "We expect these new programs to contribute to our top line revenue in the second quarter. Furthermore, the planned growth of the syndication unit will be an integral factor as we become a national market broadcaster, complementing our existing station ownership."

Mar 17, 2011 12:57 PM

A sound salvation

Cumulus Media's takeover of Citadel Broadcasting became official yesterday. The deal gives Citadel shareholders $37 in cash or 8.525 shares of Cumulus (NASDAQ: CMLS) stock per share of Citadel (PINK: CDELA) stock, valuing Citadel at $2.4 billion.

Citadel has a pair of Nashville stations: country's 103.3 WKDF and sports-talk station 104.5 The Zone. Cumulus' Nashville properties include adult urban-contemporary WQQK 92.1, classic hits WRQQ 97.1, talk radio's WWTN 99.7, the iconic WSM-FM 95.5 and Top 40 station WNFN 106.7, whose call letters belie its start as a sports-talk competitor to The Zone.


Mar 10, 2011 10:15 AM

Comedian not amused by TV housewife

Local man sues NBCUniversal over use of trademarked phrase in connection with Bravo show
Mar 4, 2011 1:43 PM

Brentwood publisher bought by U.K. firm

Gardening-focused firm issued first book in '96
Mar 2, 2011 8:02 AM

Staff changes announced at SouthComm

Wood departing to write book; Lawley promoted to managing editor
Jan 11, 2011 9:34 AM

New editor at Corporate Board Member

Governance publisher promotes longtime manager
Dec 21, 2010 9:55 AM