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The 15 Scariest Music Videos Ever

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We expect scary videos from Ozzy, Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie, but the dark side isn't just relegated to those with a spooky musical flair.

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Friday, October 29, 2010

Oct. 29: Radio silence?; 'Radio On!' in NY; Nielsen's Q3; $25M mystery

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Quiet Day From NAB, MusicFirst

Quiet Day From NAB, MusicFirst

As the industry continues to debate the merits of the terms the NAB Radio Board agreed to present to the MusicFirst Coalition, both organizations were quiet Thursday, issuing no new releases or updates. MusicFirst, by way of spokesman Tom Mattzie, a veteran lobbyist, earlier this week gave a chilly response to the legislative proposals.
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Radio Mercury Creative Workshops Set 

Radio Mercury Creative Workshops Set

The Radio Mercury Awards has set "Radio On!" -- the first in a new series of creative workshops to be held in New York -- for December 2 at the PC Richard & Son Theater.

Grupo Prisa Picks Amorosta As CMO

Grupo Prisa Picks Amorosta As CMO

Union Radio names Miguel Angel Pascual Amorrosta chief marketing officer for its Grupo Prisa radio operations in the United States. Meanwhile, Juan Pablo Alvarez Nespereira, who currently heads U.S. radio operations as CEO, moves to director of corporate marketing for Union Radio in Latin America and Spain.

ESPN Radio Network Promotes Three In Sales

ESPN Radio Network promotes Bill Russell to Manager/Eastern Sales while John Sardelis takes the same post in the Midwest, and Amy Pilewski becomes director, West Coast and corporate sales.

Mistrial Declared In Weber Murder Trial

Jurors have been unable to reach a verdict in the case of the murder of ABC News Radio anchor George Weber, and a mistrial has been declared.

REALTORS®: Your Hottest New Prospects!

ADVERTISEMENT -- REALTORS® spend $1 billion annually to market their services and 30% are ready to buy radio! See the video from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Annual Conference. Read more.
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Nielsen Revenue Rises In Q3

Nielsen Revenue Rises In Q3

The Nielsen Co. reports revenue of $1.3 billion in the third quarter, up 5 percent from the same period in 2009. Excluding the effect of currency fluctuations on the international company, revenue was up 7 percent.

USRN Adds Kim Iverson

United Stations Radio Networks adds nightly Hot AC program Your Time With Kim Iverson to its lineup. The 2-year-old show is heard on a number of Entercom stations.
Astral Media Reports A Strong 2010

Astral Media Reports A Strong 2010

Montreal-based Astral Media's fiscal year ended August 31, and the company reports that revenue was $961 million CDN for the year, up 6 percent from $905.7 million in fiscal '09.
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Verizon Pays $25 Million To Settle 'Mystery Fees' Probe

Verizon Pays $25 Million To Settle 'Mystery Fees' Probe

Verizon Wireless has entered into what the FCC is calling a "historic consent decree" and will pay $25 million to the U.S. Treasury to resolve an investigation into millions of dollars in "mystery fees" paid by Verizon customers. The company is also due to refund almost $53 million to and must take steps toe ensure that the fees are stopped.

Public File Problems Bring $10K NAL

The FCC Enforcement Bureau issues a $10,000 notice of apparent liability to 6 Johnson Road Licenses, saying an inspection found multiple issues/programs lists missing from WXPK-FM/Briarcliff Manor, NY's public inspection file.
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Who Is The Radio Executive Of The Year?

In the first issue of each new year, Radio Ink names a Radio Executive of the Year -- an individual who has had a powerful and positive impact on the industry in the previous 12 months. And this year, for the first time, we're asking for your input on the group head or top-level executive who should be recognized. Who is 2010's Radio Executive of the Year? You may nominate someone you work with or for, or someone whose approach and accomplishments you admire. Please submit your suggestions to Editor-in-Chief Brida Connolly.
Huffington To Keynote Forecast 2011

Huffington To Keynote Forecast 2011

Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of the influential Huffington Post and co-host of public radio's Left, Right & Center, will provide the luncheon keynote at Radio Ink's Forecast 2011, to be held December 7, 2010 at the Harvard Club in New York. Huffington, the author of 13 books including most recently On Becoming Fearless in Love, Work, and Life and Fanatics and Fools: The Game Plan for Winning Back America, launched the Huffington Post news and blog site in 2005.
Get The PastBlast iPad App

Get The PastBlast iPad App

PastBlast, the new iPad app from Radio Ink is available now in the Apple App Store. Historical audio, photos, and more from every era of radio's history, with navigation through a beautiful, fully equipped retro radio studio. Click the headline to see it, or get it here.

Radio Pros Available

The economy is slowly turning around, and broadcasters are beginning to hire again. Put your name in front of the industry with a free listing in Radio Pros Available. And we'll be happy to post your aircheck or demo, or a link to your website. Click the headline to learn more.

November 1: Cover Q&A with Mindshare North America CEO Phil Cowdell
Deborah Parenti's Dialogue: Words of wisdom from Bill Burton
Advertiser Focus: America's top 100 advertisers
Roy Williams: Three Ads, Two Good, One Bad
Skip Pizzi's Cliff Effect: The Translator Renaissance

Coming up in Radio Ink:
November 15: The Best Managers in Radio; Tech Ink: The Best Engineers in Radio
December 6: Forecast 2011/The annual Book of Lists

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