by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times
September 6, 2006
1060-AM is offering several features such as movie reviews and garden reports
for “Podcasts.” Ipod and MP3
users will be able to download content from the station’s web site www.kyw1060.com
to personal systems.
to Bob Burke, vice president of the radio trade publication, “Friday Morning
Quarterback,” podcasts are here to stay.
has a future as long as the content remains unique and is easily accessible.
If you have a 30 minute train ride to work. You wake up grab a coffee, check
your e-mail, and download a podcast to your iPod, and then listen to it
on your way to work.
radio industry needs to fine a way on to these popular devices. It'll be with
exclusive content you can't get anywhere. From interviews to topical
information on lifestyle topics.
needs to be a part of the iPod world or it will be another listener lost to a
computerized jukebox with no commercials.”
Speaking of, at noon, B101-FM is airing the “Shuffle Lunch.” Of course, BEN 95.7-FM’s has a “Shuffle” format.
6ABC meteorologist Cecily Tynan announced on the air that she is expecting her first child in January. Tynan, 36, married fellow duathlete Greg Watson, 38 in April. This is the second marriage for both, who do not have children from their previous marriages.
Tynan said she’s
“cutting” back her training regimen to running five miles a day.
“My doctor said that exercising is good for the baby, so I’ll keep working
out, but not four hours a day anymore,” she said.
Tynan said she’ll find out
the sex of the baby, but won’t do any on-air “ultrasounds,” or other
pregnancy-related stories for the station. “Some things should be kept
who lost ten pounds on the South Beach diet before her wedding in April, has
gained ten since she became pregnant.
can get plenty of tips on motherhood from 6ABC weekend meteorologist Sally Ann
Mosey, who has four children.
meteorologist Rob Guarino made the cover of the recent “Philly Fit”
in more weather news, CBS3 meteorologist Kathy Orr and the Eyewitness News
Weather Team are conducting another Kidcaster Search.”
Auditions for children aged 6-14 will be held at Morgantown Furniture
Outlet on Saturday, September 10. Two
winners will be selected to deliver an actual forecast on CBS3.
For details, go to www.kyw.com.
did not renew the contract of reporter Robert Lyles.
His last day was last Wednesday.