At the height of a refugee crisis, the Arabic version of the popular Trans World Radio program Women of Hope is being aired in prime time on a popular FM station in the heart of the Middle East, TWR announced Wednesday.
As promised, Moscow is finally beefing up its air combat punch on the Crimean Peninsula. Sputnik news has pictures of Russia's new fighter regiment at Belbek Air Base, on the western Crimean coast. The base is stated to imminently house 10 highly upgraded Su-27SM and four state of the art Su-30 Super Flankers. Read more...
Ben Finfer and Alex Quigley, co-hosts of the “Quigs and Finfer” show on the new radio station, saw the tweet mid-show last week.
They learned live on air that their radio station was shutting down and they would lose their jobs. So, the shocked hosts of 87.7FM in Chicago took the opportunity to
A Royal Air Force Radar Station in operation between 1938-1955, RAF Stenigot was a vital piece of a communications network that prevented both German attacks during World War II and Russian airstrikes in the years following, but toady the disused dishes simply rust away as enormous relics of wars gone by. Show More Summary
He hates his employers, but he loves pigeons and bottle caps. Chicago radio personalities Ben Finfer (left) and Alex Quigley (right) found out that their sports radio station WGWG-LP (87.7FM The Game) would be closing at the end of the year when, while coming back from a break, Finfer caught this tweet from Chicago Tribune columnist Robert Feder. Show More Summary
British network ITV aired a live testicular exam on the air this week. And, well, some viewers were put off by how much was on display on live television.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUkpQuq2uzE Yesterday we told you about the Chicago radio hosts who found out their station was shutting down while on the air. Now, video has surfaced from the studio of Ben Finfer and Alex Quigley on 87.7 The Game in Chicago and the moment they found out they were losing their jobs. Show More Summary
Some stations obviously thought their viewers would be interested: Many local television stations across the country carried President Obama's primetime immigration address live Thursday even as major networks said they would stick with...Show More Summary
We mentioned this while it was happening yesterday, but it's another thing altogether to see video of Chicago sports radio hosts trying to doing their show as they learn their entire station is going to be shut down. Read more...
[warning: continuous autoplay] The late news on local station WCVB/Ch.5 was delayed 16 minutes, because they’d aired President Obama’s prime-time address. Transcription of the video, as reported by Jorge Quiroga: CHELSEA, Mass. —Chelsea proudly calls itself a city of immigrants. Show More Summary
NBC's New York flagship station thumbed its nose at the network tonight and took President Obama's speech live, rather than airing The Biggest Loser at 8 PM, as NBC had planned. Yesterday the broadcast networks made news of their own when they decided not to carry Obama's 15-minute speech live from the White House on the East Coast. Show More Summary
Buffalo stations were able to give viewers the softer side of the aftermath of Lake Effect snow with video shot by Jim Grimaldi’s drone. The local drone pilot didn’t go far enough or high enough to trigger any action from the FAA, but he did give WIVB and WGRZ some nice bump video showing how a snowstorm can change a neighborhood. Show More Summary
It was reported today that The Game 87.7, Chicago's first FM sports/talk radio station, will shut down at year's end. This afternoon, hosts Ben Finfer and Alex Quigley learned the news while on the air. Listen in now for some strong, sad, surreal radio. Read more...
On an uncharacteristically overcast day in Southern California last week, the Air Force unveiled its latest technological innovation. It wasn't a stealth jet or drone, it wasn't a satellite or radar station, it wasn't even a cyber weapon. Show More Summary
CBS-owned KYW in Philadelphia, and its anchor, Chris May, face a lawsuit over a report that aired on the station back in May. The Philadelphia Daily News reports the station did air a correction and apology after its story, which was...Show More Summary
A spectral sunset over a creepy war plane. Airmen from the 1st Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron work on an AC-130U Spooky Gunship at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in California on November 3rd. [ Senior Airman Christopher Callaway/U.S. Air Force ] Read more...
In a segment that aired Monday night on local Los Angeles, Calif., news station KTLA, Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue went on a "shopping spree" to show off Apple Pay at a number of retailers, including the Apple Store.
With negotiations going down to the wire, CBS is warning of a potential blackout of its TV stations -- which air some of the nation's most popular programs -- for millions of customers of satellite giant Dish Network.