It's a dream of every radio station owner, but a dream that has probably never been realized until now. "They're actually thanking me for the ads," says Elmo Donze, owner of classic-rock station KBDZ (93.1 FM) in Perryville. "This has never happened before." But it's not the ads for car insurance ... More >>
A miracle indeed: The P-D will escape bankruptcy.Lee Enterprises Inc., the Iowa-based company that purchased the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the thirteen other papers in the Pulitzer chain in 2005, appears likely to avoid bankruptcy, the Wall Street Journal reports today.The company's sudden solv ... More >>
First it was shoes. Then it was booze. And these days? What does St. Louis have to offer the rest of the world? Try conservative talk-show hosts. Today Emmis Communications announced that Dana Loesch and her "Dana Show" will begin broadcasting next week on WIBC, Indianapolis, marking the first ti ... More >>
An artist's rendering of what the scene will look like on Friday. Click for larger version.You've got to hand it to the Partnership for Downtown St. Louis for using some bold PR "strategery" to spin the demolition of downtown's symbol of failure into something of a party.On Friday afternoon, the ... More >>
Man, the '90s were great! Since I now know my mother reads these blog entries at Ye Olde RFT Blog (Hi, mom! Sorry I haven't called lately; volunteering at the nursing home every night after work is a tough job!), this post is dedicated to her. You see, when she and I visited St. Louis a handful o ... More >>
A St. Louis company is making a killing off Halloween. Your screams are music to their ears.
A St. Louis band is up on the rooftop with Bad Santa
Jay-Z signs off with The Black Album
The Mall is bumped off in favor of "Jingle Bell Rock." Ouch.
Shock jock's found a new way to annoy people
Proposed legislation by the U.S. Senate aims to deter the spreading radio empire. Good luck.