Tuesday Mar 11
Indianapolis Business News
Emmis employees to get bonuses after court case
Emmis Communications Corp. said it will make good on a previously announced employee-retention plan that will shower 598 employees with $3.24 million in company stock.
Emmis Urges Wider App Adoption
Paul Brenner, left, of Emmis and NextRadio talks with Bob Struble of iBiquity Digital at CES.
The Indianapolis Star
Emmis favored in ruling over suit by preferred shareholders
Emmis Communications have been defending itself for the past two years from claims by five dissident preferred shareholders, who say the company used "unfair, strong-arm tactics" in stripping them of dividends and voting rights.
Emmis Communications CFO Sells $302,160 in Stock
Emmis Communications CFO Patrick M. Walsh sold 94,425 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Monday, March 3rd.
African Americans Blocked From Buying Stations
In a commentary today, National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters Executive Director Jim Winston specifically targeted the recent sale of WBLS and WLIB from YMF Media to Emmis.
App allows smartphones to play radio
Radio broadcasters are pushing new technology that allows smartphones to pick up traditional radio signals with an app-based interface called NextRadio.
Our Time Press
Gary Byrd Has Hope for Future of Black Radio
"The roots of Black radio in the 1960s, with the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement, was a landscape that had been set up for the kind of explosion [in Buffalo] and all across the country - socially speaking - by how long we had been kept out.