Haney & Young LLP filed a breach-of-contract suit against Jean Kasem Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming she owes $50,500 in legal bills.
Celebrities are paying tribute to Casey Kasem, an internationally famous radio broadcaster with a cheerful manner and gentle voice. He died Sunday at 82 years old.
The debate over what the US should do about the Syrian government continues to rage and heat up.
Spanish-language radio host Eddie “Piolin” Sotelo is getting his own channel on SiriusXM, three weeks after Univision canceled his long-running show amid sexual harassment allegations.
A Southland radio station best known for playing West Coast hip-hop and R&B music in its heyday during the mid-1990s will likely be sold, according to reports Thursday.
CBS Radio News’ WORLD NEWS ROUNDUP, America’s longest-running newscast, will celebrate 75 years on the air this week.
Come out for a great night of smooth listening this Sat., Feb. 23 at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live. 94.7 The Wave’s Smooth Night Out features Boney James, Norman Brown & Kirk Whalum, Mindi Abair, Spencer Day and Vincent Ingala. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.
KROQ’s Bean is donating a kidney to long time friend and KRIQ head of engineering, Scott Mason.
Despite comments from the mayor and the fire chief, concerns still linger over whether the fire department needs a technological upgrade.
Two of the Southland’s most outspoken radio personalities will go silent all next week over their remarks about Houston.
KFI-AM radio’s popular afternoon talk show hosts John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou – “John and Ken” – were suspended Thursday for comments made on their radio show in the wake of the death of Whitney Houston.
For the first time ever, every American watching TV and listening to the radio anywhere in the U.S. saw or heard the test — or at least that was the plan.
The first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. Pacific time.
Hall of Fame radio sportscaster Jaime Jarrin has agreed to return for a 54th season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team announced today.
Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets are going to be Los Angeles’ hometown NFL team.