Hello, and welcome to All Things Radio Podcast 210!
Here’s what’s making headlines in Jeff’s radio news segment this week. WBAI in New York City is having serious financial trouble, Clear Channel in Jacksonville is sued for discrimination by female sales executives, one last look at the Personal People Meter for May, and we’ll take a look at what’s happening on the street.
Jenny’s call letter and formats have several more stations signing off and lots of call letter changes for this week.
Walt’s Retro Radio 158 features aircheck of Dick Biondi from WLS and WKBW as well as the 1960 Crusin’ entry which featured Dick Biondi.
Bill’s Market Scope listens in on a comedy skit by 3 sports talk show hosts that cost them their jobs. The skit made fun of former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason, who has ALS.
Bill also takes a look at updates and changes made to the Radio Lookup database, which can be found at
Jeff’s featured stations this week start out with the morning show on WNSH.
Then we go to Chicago and listen to the new variety hits format
that can be heard on WLIT FM.
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