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On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS June 3, 2019, #746 Tweaking PI? After further review… As a result of a missed defensive pass interference foul by the on-field game officials in the game between the Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints, the NFL owners gave the Competition Committee the authority to “allow pass interference calls […]

For Immediate Release ALOFT Financial Launches a Podcast Centered on Financial Freedom ALOFT Financial presents, “Living the Life: Up and to the Right,” a weekly podcast series that educates listeners on important financial concepts to help them get control of personal finances and own their future! Las Vegas, NV – June 1, 2019 – ALOFT […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS May 27, 2019, #745 Memorial Day 2019 After further review…General John A. Logan of Civil War vintage founded what was then called Decoration Day, later to be termed as we know it, Memorial Day. It was and technically still is a day to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we can live […]

On the TUNNEYSIDE of SPORTS May 20, 2019, #744 The “88 Plan” After further review… The “88 Plan” was established in 2007 by the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) and the NFL Management Council to “provide benefits to certain players suffering from dementia.” 88 was in honor of the former Baltimore Colts tight-end and […]

By Chris Ariens Radio network Westwood One wanted to get a sense of the return its advertisers were getting on their investments—it promised as much last fall, when it established ROI guarantees—so it partnered with Nielsen Catalina Solutions to determine how a product in the consumer-packaged-goods realm performed and found that radio delivered $12 in sales for […]

By Pete Blackburn The Carolina Hurricanes are out. The Hurricanes became the Cinderella story of the Eastern Conference during these playoffs, but the clock struck midnight on the Canes in the Eastern Conference Final. Carolina was swiftly swept by the Boston Bruins, and it wasn’t particularly close either.  After entering the playoffs as a seven-seed and making the […]

By Stephanie Thiesen Despite all the changes in the last decade in how Americans access music, AM/FM radio is still the most cost-effective advertising medium today. It’s an inexpensive way to reach your existing and potential customers. There are three big variables you want to control when scheduling radio ads: reach, frequency, and consistency. I’m going […]

By Aaron Beard RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Tuukka Rask is stopping just about any puck playoff opponents can shoot his way — even the ones he doesn’t see. The goaltender has been dominant in the Boston Bruins’ six-game postseason winning streak that has them on the doorstep of the Stanley Cup Final. Just don’t expect […]

By Duncan Stewart ​Do people really still listen to radio? They sure do—even young people—and advertisers would do well to take notice of them. DELOITTE Global predicts that global radio revenue1 will reach US$40 billion in 2019, a 1 percent increase over 2018. Further, Deloitte Global predicts that radio’s weekly reach will remain nearly ubiquitous, with over 85 percent […]

By April Corbin Characterizing it as a necessary first step toward fixing Nevada’s lackluster education system, Senate Democrats on Monday introduced their attempt to simplify and update the labyrinthian half-a-century-old K-12 funding formula. But because the bill does not dedicate additional dollars toward education as a whole, it is already being criticized as the reslicing […]


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