Sports Radio Boston – Death of Traditional Sports Media – Print to Pixels

Hacksaw: The death of traditional sports media Posted By jason.owens On August 27, 2009 @ 8:52 pm In Sports New York is the Mecca of it all. The hustle and bustle of the Big Apple. The Theatre District, the Empire State Building, Manhattan, Wall Street, the Yankees, Mets and Madison Square Garden are all part of a great city. At one time, in New York, on any street corner, you would find a newsstand that sold magazines, cigarettes, cigars, postcards, and your newspaper. At that … [Read more...]

Mourning Boston Radio Stations – Neal Bocian

“RADIO DAY 2009? a.k.a. “MOURNING RADIO” - by Neal Bocian Before I begin let me commend Kathy Kiely, President of the Ad Club; Pierre Bouvard, President of Sales and Marketing for Arbitron; Mike Sheehan, CEO of Hill Holiday; Peter Smyth, Chairman and CEO of Greater Media; David Field, President and CEO of Entercom; Julie Kahn, Vice President of Entercom and everyone else involved behind the scenes, in putting together what could have been and should have been a fabulous … [Read more...]