As the line between radio and podcasts continue to blur, comedian Marc Maron finds himself at the forefront of a golden age of podcasting, with advertisers quickly following.
The Hagerstown Police Department is moving to a fully encrypted radio system because the proliferation of wireless technology allows criminals to listen on their cellphones.
NPR is moving to a new $201 million headquarters with all digital equipment in Washington, leaving its analog radio gear behind.
The last person who should ever get into a war of words is Matt Valdez, producer of the Junkies. But that’s exactly what he found himself in after taking a cheap jab at one of his heroes, Ken Pomeroy, and those words found their way to the renowned basketball guru. Read/listen to how this very viscous saga unfolded across multiple platforms.
Business leaders, Republicans and religious groups in favor of overhauling immigration laws announced a new focus Wednesday on South Carolina, where a key Senate supporter, Republican Lindsey Graham, is up for re-election.
Listen to EB and The Junkies take on Redskins legend Sam Huff in the broadcast booth.
106.7 The Fan will serve as the official flagship radio station for Nationals baseball games beginning with the 2011 season.