Gene Sosin, a former director of broadcasting for Radio Liberty, has died.
Danny Schechter, the self-descibed father of ‘participatory journalism, succumbed to pancreatic cancer at age 72. Jon Kalish remembers the Boston radio legend with a healthy dose of Bronx-based chutzpah.
Swedish public radio apologized for a presenter’s question to the country’s Israeli ambassador about whether Jews are responsible for anti-Semitism.
The Jewish radio program based in Copenhagen cancelled its daily broadcast for security reasons.
Are you experiencing major ‘Serial’ withdrawal now that season one is over? To help get you through it, here are some of the podcast’s most delicious moments of levity.
NPR radio host Tom Magliozzi has died — and that’s a distinctly Jewish loss, Jeffrey Salkin writes. ‘Car Talk’ had deep Torah in it.
Margot Adler, the National Public Radio correspondent who died this week, struck many as the prototypical New York radical Jew. Except she was a witch, as Jon Kalish fondly recalls.
An Israeli public radio station apologized for airing offensive statements about Haredi Orthodox Jews on the eve of Independence Day.
Art Raymond died at the age of 91. The longtime radio DJ and WEVD personality left behind a long, fascinating legacy — including his famed black sombrero.
Growing up in the suburbs, Peter Rosenberg fell in love with the music of rapper Big Daddy Kane. Now the Jewish host is a morning urban radio superstar.