With the word that Gina Kaufmann would have a show on KCUR the first words on many media watchers' minds mind were, "It's about damn time!!"
Kansas City's public radio station recently announced that Kaufmann will return to the 10 a.m. hour she once co-hosted with Walt Bodine on KCUR-FM.
The legendary Bodine had been a media icon for 72 years in KC and retired at age 91 on April 27, 2012.
According to Radio Ink, Nielsen has released its quarterly cross-platform report.
Despite all the fragmentation, the report notes consumers are now consuming 60 hours of content every week, but not in the traditional fashion.
Smartphone consumption is on the rise and it comes at the expense of traditi...
It was almost too easy.
Morning TV shows are often great places for PR folks to book clients because many are desperate for anyone to come on and break the monotony.
Hey, when your show runs from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. that is a lot of time to fill simply repeating the same old news and weather.
Chefs are often favorite guests on morning shows because they can come on and do cooking tips which ...
The revolving door at Kansas City's perennial ratings leader KMBC continues with the impending departure of Diane Cho, sources have confirmed to Bottom Line Communications. Her last day will be Saturday.
She will be leaving on her own accord and possibly joining her fiancee, who also works in television.
Cho, who joined the Hearst-owned station in February 2011, worked as a morning anchor un...
How did that happen?
The American media seemed to have tried its level best to start another Cold War with Russia over the 2014 Sochi Olympics, but was unable to pull it off.
When the dust cleared on the recent winter Olympics Russia was left with a public relations image masterpiece that showed the country was up to the task of pulling off a major global spectacle.
The United States did ...
It's the kind of thing that could threaten the very issue of Freedom of the Press in the United States.
However, the press doesn't seem to be covering it very well, which is a scary proposition.
According to Mediate (LINK), "An FCC commissioner is warning people ...
Reporters often do interviews with a set agenda in mind of what they plan to accomplish.
If you doubt that see how NBC correspondent Christin Cooper interviewed skier Bode Miller Sunday night after he won a bronze medal at the Soche Olympics.
Cooper is now being
Talk about a journalistic double standard!!
When NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Richard Petty was asked if Danica Patrick would ever win in the Sprint Cup series he responded honestly.
"If everybody else stayed home," Petty told reporters at the Canadian Motorsports Expo. "If she'd have been a male, nobody would ever know if she'd showed up at a racetrack.
"This is a female deal that's driv...