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Those looking to see for themselves how NFL players are responding to the national anthem will be out of luck on ESPN broadcasts of Monday Night Football this year. The network tells Axios that it does not plan to broadcast the anthem in the upcoming season. “We generally have not…
Sinclair Broadcast Group’s proposed $ 3.9-billion deal to acquire Tribune Media is dead.
Tribune announced Thursday that it is terminating the merger agreement. The companies had the option to kill the sale if it had not closed by Aug. 8. The deal was first announced in May 2017.
Tribune also said…
Over the past six months, cryptocurrencies have been steadily entering the mainstream world more and more by being featured on billboards, newspapers, radio broadcasts and television shows. Now, this July residents from the New England region will be able to hear a weekly radio broadcast called Cryptomania which aims to educate the masses about the benefits of cryptocurrencies and broadcasts every Saturday on Boston’s FM radio signal 104.9.
New England Blockchain Group Launches Cryptomania Radio Broadcast on Boston’s FM 104.9
Residents from Boston, New Hampshire, and the North Shore will soon be able to tune in to an FM radio broadcast every Saturday that will feature discussions about bitcoin and cryptocurrency solutions. Listeners can set their dials to the FM radio signal 104.9 this July as the Massachusetts-headquartered organization New England Blockchain LLC (NEB) will launch its first show “Cryptomania – Bitcoin & Beyond.”
The show was created by the NEB founder Dana McIntyre who will also host the show with his sidekick Jameson Rust. The two say that the broadcast will feature a “simple and humorist explanation of Bitcoin and Blockchain technology.” The show aims to educate the public and show them how cryptocurrencies operate and detail how easy it is for anyone to purchase a small fraction of bitcoin.
“Hosting the first weekly FM radio show on Cryptos in America is a real honor for us and highlights our commitment to bring relevant, cutting-edge content to our listening audience and the mainstream public,” McIntyre stated this week.
Every Saturday Two Million North Shore Residents Can Tune In
The show will air every Saturday at 9:30 Eastern Standard and can be listened to in other areas in the world by tuning into Northshore1049.com. The show will have a large audience to entice as the FM radio signal 104.9 reaches areas in southern New Hampshire and North of Boston and Merrimack Valley regions of Massachusetts which accounts for a population of over 2 million residents.
The announcement for the new radio show in Boston follows other mainstream broadcasts announced over the past few months. For instance, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the Youtuber Jason Appleton planning to launch his Crypto Crow Show on “CBS, the CW and Roku to over 47 million homes.” Another example is when the post-cable network Cheddar announced this past March it would be broadcasting a thirty-minute show about cryptocurrencies called Crypto Craze.
Bitcoiners are sure to welcome the new radio broadcast Cryptomania that’s dedicated to teaching people about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in the Boston region. However, the NEB organization’s upcoming broadcast this July is not the first weekly FM cryptocurrency radio show in the U.S. as the Austin based Crypto Show has been airing on 89.1 FM for years now.
What do you think about a radio broadcast about bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies airing throughout New England’s North Shore region? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comment section below.
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Scott Pruitt and Jonathan Tenenbaum host “Domain Masters” with new episodes every Wednesday at 5pm EDT/ 2pm PDT.
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 23, 2014
On the cusp of the show’s 10th anniversary on air and on demand, WebmasterRadio.FM’s heritage series “Domain Masters” returns to the broadcast lineup starting Wednesdays at 5pm Eastern.
Leading the show’s relaunch to the podcast “airwaves” are Scott Pruitt and Jonathan Tenenbaum from NameJet (http://www.namejet.com), which is a leading domain name auction platform. Scott is a seasoned Internet professional and Marketing Manager for NameJet, while Jonathan is a “recovering” attorney and former in-house counsel for Web.com, recently taking the reins of NameJet as its new General Manager. “We’re really excited to be bringing this program back online,” said Tenenbaum. “We intend to continue the tradition of keeping Domain Masters entertaining and educational, bringing practical and actionable information to our audience, and helping them navigate the complex universe of domain names.”
In a very special return episode of Domain Masters, the show’s founding host, Monte Cahn (Co-Founder and President of Right of the Dot), will share the backstory on the early beginnings of hosting the first domain industry podcast. Also, we will hear about the latest buzz coming out the annual T.R.A.F.F.I.C East 2014 Conference and some headlines along the domain auction front.
“Hosting Domain Masters is a very important role. We are excited that NameJet is taking the pilot seat. Both Scott and Jonathan are very committed to the domain space and have an amazing line up of content and guests to keep listeners ahead of the curve regarding domaining…….the foundation to any online business,” stated WebmasterRadio.FM, Brandy Shapiro-Babin.
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Dylan Thomas Centenary Celebrated With “Under Milk Wood” Radio Broadcast With Martin Sheen And Biopic On BBC AmericaOctober 25, 2014 | dailybusinessnews
The centenary of the birth of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas on October 27 will be marked by a special BBC radio and Internet broadcast of his iconic radio play, Under Milk Wood, starring and directed by Welsh actor Michael Sheen, and a broadcast on BBC America of a television drama about his life.
Forbes Real Time
(RNS) On Sept. 11, 2001, Krista Tippett was in Washington on her way to meet with potential funders to create a radio show focused on faith. As the day unfolded with attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the meeting was canceled.
“Unfortunately, the case for religion as a force in the world was made for me,” Tippett said.
New York Times
Met won't broadcast opera amid anti-Semitic fears
New York Post
anti-Semitism across the world. The move to cancel the simulcast of “The Death of Klinghoffer” comes in response to pressure from the family of the victim, a Jewish New Yorker murdered by Palestinians during the 1985 hijacking of the Achille Lauro cruise …
Met Opera cancels 'Klinghoffer' simulcast
N.Y. opera nixes screening over anti-Semitic fears
Met cancels simulcast of anti-Israel opera, proceeds with live showings
John Adams decries cancellation of 'Klinghoffer' cinema broadcast
Los Angeles Times
John Adams, shown conducting at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles in April, has condemned the Metropolitan Opera's decision to cancel an upcoming cinematic broadcast of "The Death of Klinghoffer." John Adams, shown conducting at Walt Disney …
AMC cancels 'Klinghoffer' opera broadcast
Met cancels opera simulcast amid anti-Semitism concerns
Metropolitan Opera Cancels Simulcast Amid Anti-Semitism Fears