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Harrison says, “The industry has lost a legend and I have lost a friend.

Nick was a one-of-a-kind talent and a passionate proponent of everything good about the kind of radio we grew up with and love.” Media consultant, RT America TV host and special WQTX, Lansing Sports Talk Host Suing Fellow Michigan Personality.

Zachary moved to the Hartford cluster from the market manager position at Entercom’s Boston operations just after the CBS RADIO deal closed last November.

His duties also included oversight of the Providence and Springfield, Massachusetts markets.

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To listen to the podcast in its entirety, please click or click on the player box marked “The Michael Harrison Interview” located in the right-hand column on every page of By now, most broadcasters are aware of the tragic deaths of the two young television journalists from WYFF-TV, Greenville, South Carolina who perished while covering Subtropical Storm Alberto over the weekend. Former longtime CBS Radio News reporter Bob Fuss died in Falls Church, Virginia on Sunday (5/27) after a battle with a rare form of leukemia.

While the accident appears to have been a matter of bad timing – a tree fell on their SUV while they were driving – business continuity expert Howard Price writes that it is occurrences like these that should make all broadcasters review their safety protocols to make sure they offer the best safety practices to staffers. During his long radio news career, Fuss served as Capitol Hill correspondent for 16 years.

Enter a word (or two) above and you'll get back a bunch of portmanteaux created by jamming together words that are conceptually related to your inputs.What sounds like a feud between two sports talk hosts that goes back a few years is now a lawsuit in the state of Michigan.According to the Lansing State Journal, WQTX, Lansing sports talk host Ryan Schuiling is suing WBBL, Grand Rapids-based sports talker Bill Simonson and his employer, Cumulus Media, for defamation.During that time, he covered the impeachment of President Clinton, the Florida presidential election re-count, and the 9/11 terror attacks.He covered the House and Senate for CBS Radio and reported national political stories until his retirement in 2014.

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