Monthly Archives: October 2009

NASCAR Racing: Amp Energy 500

With four races left in the season, few hurdles remain in Jimmie Johnson’s quest to win his fourth straight NASCAR championship. With a lead of 118 points over second place Mark Martin and 200 points over fifth place Juan Pablo Montoya, Johnson has a comfortable cushion over his competitors. And then there’s Talladega Superspeedway. The [...]

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RadioTime Higlights for the week of October 26

by Scott Fleischer On Monday, “The Nightmare of a Halloween Week” begins on “Nights with Alice Cooper.”  The show airs at 7 PM Eastern on WILZ. On Tuesday, World Series fever starts to heat up in Philadelphia when the all-time hit king, Pete Rose, hosts his own show on WPEN-FM.  The show starts at 10 AM [...]

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NASCAR Racing: Tums Fast Relief 500

Another race, another win for Jimmie Johnson. With only five races left in the 2009 NASCAR season, the points leader is looking strong in his bid to win a record-setting fourth straight NASCAR championship. Short tracks,  like this week’s paperclip shaped track of Martinsville Speedway, tend to mix things up. But Johnson won the first [...]

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Record Streaming Radio with Windows 7

Windows 7 is fast and beautiful, but it breaks radio recording utilities. Fortunately the current RedButton is fully compatible. RedButton is a great TiVo for Radio desktop solution that ads pause and scheduled recording to RadioTime’s program guide. The desktop tuner and pause features are free. Recording is still a low-low one-time $29 fee (warning [...]

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RadioTime powered WunderRadio now available on Blackberry

BlackBerry Curve and Bold users will now be able to listen to over 50,000 global live Internet radio streams on WunderRadio. The regular price of the application will be $9.99 but users will be able to download a free trial version for 10 days. Instructions on how to download the application are available at www.wunderradio.com. [...]

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September’s Top 49 Shows on RadioTime

by Scott Fleischer We have compiled the most popular shows on RadioTime for the month of September: The Rush Limbaugh Show The Glenn Beck Program The Steve Harvey Morning Show The Savage Nation The Sean Hannity Show Laura Ingraham Show NPR’s Morning Edition Dr. Laura Schlessinger Show Coast to Coast AM Mark Levin Show The [...]

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RadioTime highlights for the week of October 19, 2009

by Scott Fleischer On Monday, BBC Radio 1 begins the ten part series profiling the last decade in music.  “The Noughties:  Part 1″ airs at 4 PM Eastern. On Tuesday, East Village Radio helps kick-off the CMJ Music Marathon in New York by airing the Stereogum CMJ Showcase.  East Village Radio will broadcast live from [...]

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NASCAR Racing: NASCAR Banking 500

The half-way mark of the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup arrives at Lowes Motor Speedway with points leader Jimmie Johnson entering his sponsor’s track coming off a big win at Fontana. All signs are pointing to a fourth straight championship for Johnson, but several teams are still in the hunt including those of Martin, [...]

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RadioTime congratulates the winners at the 2009 CMA Awards

by Scott Fleischer Yesterday, winners were announced in the broadcast categories for the 2009 CMA awards.  Below is a complete list of the honorees: National Personality of the Year – Kix Brooks, “American Country Countdown” Major Market Personality of the Year – “The Cornbread Morning Show featuring Cornbread, Pat James, Producer Annie, Father Harry, and [...]

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Pearl Jam takes over KISW

by Scott Fleischer Today, at 3 PM Eastern/12 Pacific, Pearl Jam takes over Seattle rock station KISW.  The band talks about their new album, “Backspacer.”  You’ll hear tracks from “Backspacer” as well as live performances from their tour this past Summer.

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