radio

  • 'Get Out!' LGBT Radio Will Now Reach Port St. Lucie to Key West

    Host and producer Tom Hantzarides announced that effective in January 2017 he will begin broadcasting his radio show, “GET OUT! South Florida” at 7 p.m. Saturdays on Alpha Media’s 850AM WFTL. With 50,000 watts of power, the show will be heard from Port St. Lucie to Key West.

  • 3 Quit Missouri School Board Amid Transgender Student Debate

    ST. LOUIS — Three of the seven members of a suburban St. Louis school board have resigned amid a debate over a transgender high school student’s request to be allowed to use the girls bathrooms.

  • First Middle Eastern LGBT Radio Station Begins in Tunisia

    Tunisia is now the first country in the Middle East to have a radio station devoted to LGBT issues.

  • LGBT Activists Upset Over New Mormon Church Baptism Rule

    Gay and lesbian Mormons and their supporters are reeling over a rule change by church officials that says members in same-sex marriages can be kicked out, and bars their children from being baptized unless they disavow same-sex relationships.

  • OpEd: ‘The Norm Kent Radio Show’ Returns Labor Day

    No, I have not hired a publicist. No, I am not paying a thousand dollars for a market wire press release.

  • OpEd: Returning to the Radio

    Beginning next Monday, Sept. 16, my talk radio show returns to the local airwaves, 2- 4 p.m. daily on WNN 1470 AM and 95.3 FM.

  • OUT50 Broward: Bryan Carstensen - The Radio Personality

    Bryan Carstensen’s days start early. The radio producer and co-host for Cox Media’s ratings leader HITS 97.3 rolls out of bed at 3 a.m. and he is in the studio by 4 or 4:30 a.m. to prepare for the morning broadcast. Granted, he wraps up his “work day” by 12:30 or 1 p.m., but then he devotes much of his free time promoting the station at community events. He’s particularly passionate about organizations that help youth and combat bullying.

  • Philadelphia Sportscaster Suspended Over Anti-Gay Emails

    Philadelphia sports-radio personality Mike Missanelli was suspended this week after he wrote a series of homophobic emails to a listener.

  • Sports Talk Radio Show on LGBT Issues To Debut

    NEW YORK -- The premiere of "The Outfield" this weekend on satellite radio will open with a discussion of Derrick Gordon, the UMass guard who on Wednesday became the first openly gay Division I men’s basketball player.

  • UB Rodriguez: Out OnAir

    In January, 93.7 The Beat announced itself as the newest force in Houston radio with a private meet and greet session that instead sent shockwaves around the city. With a new format change and plenty of power names filling up jock seats, The Beat has shown in its few months on the air that not only competition is a good thing for Houston but that they're coming with a certain edge 97.9 The Box may no longer employ.