Miss Sarah joins Hot AC WQSM/Fayetteville for middays and Webmaster/Sales Assistant for the four station Cumulus cluster.
Ebony magazine, who recently announced its list of the 100 most influential African-Americans of the year, will hold a celebration next month in New York City. Motown founder Berry Gordy will be bestowed with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Other honorees will include Beyonce, Nick Cannon, Queen Latifah, Jay Z and Def Jam Records EVP Pecas Costner.
Don Geronimo returns to Sports WJFK/Washington, D.C.for weekday nights (7-10 p.m.) and Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon.
Vanessa Thomas is named Managing Director of music streaming service Songza Canada. Previously, Thomas spent the past 12 years running Nielsen Music North American Sales.
Sony Music has filed a lawsuit against United Airlines, claiming copyright infringement in its in-flight music systems. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the airline and its partners are accused of duplicating sound recordings and music videos, then using the infringed copies in on-board transmissions.
Eastlan Ratings adds 11 more ratings markets: Abilene, TX; Casper, WY; Cheyenne, WY; Lake Charles, LA; Lawton, OK; Lufkin/Nacogdoches, TX; Mankato/New Ulm, MN; Odessa/Midland, TX; State College, PA; Texarkana, AR; and Wichita Falls, TX.
Six Members of the House of Representatives have added their names as co-sponsors of The Local Radio Freedom Act: Reps. Wm. Lacy Clay (D-MO), Virginia Foxx (R-NC), Ralph Hall (R-TX), David Scott (D-GA), Fred Upton (R-MI) and Randy Weber (R-TX).
SiriusXM and Honda announce an extension of their relationship, into January of 2020, for SiriusXM receivers to be factory-installed in Honda and Acura vehicles.
Canadian broadcaster Corus has reported its fiscal Q4 results, with overall revenue down one percent to $193.6 million Canadian. Its radio division took an eight percent decline, to just over $44 million Canadian.