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Radio host loses job after sexual comments on teen Olympian

Feb 15, 2018

A San Francisco Bay Area radio station has fired one of its hosts after he made sexual comments about 17-year-old Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim on another station

Radio station to halt broadcasts for 'sensitivity training'

Feb 14, 2018

A Boston sports radio station facing criticism for the offensive nature of its shows says it will suspend all live programming while employees receive "sensitivity training."

University of Minnesota removes Garrison Keillor plaque

Feb 13, 2018

Humorist Garrison Keillor's plaque removed from University of Minnesota's Scholars Walk; university says removal part of regular rotation

Radio host suspended for using stereotyped Asian accent

Feb 10, 2018

A Boston sports radio host who impersonated a sports agent on air using a stereotyped Asian accent has been suspended for five days

Governor won't endorse Babe Bracket but says hosts mean well

Feb 10, 2018

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says a radio station's "Babe Bracket," which has listeners vote on 16 local female television personalities in a tournament-like bracket, is conducted in "good spirit," but he adds he wasn't endorsing the contest.

Female songwriters in Nashville say "Time's Up"

Feb 6, 2018

The Song Suffragettes, a collective of female songwriters in Nashville, have long been advocates for equal access on country radio and now they are singing "Time's Up."

NBC's Tirico set to fill Costas' shoes in Korea

Feb 5, 2018

Mike Tirico steps into the role of Olympics television host for NBC from South Korea starting this week, replacing Bob Costas

Critics want end to Arkansas 'Babe Bracket' of women in TV

Feb 2, 2018

An effort is underway in Arkansas to stop a radio station's annual "Babe Bracket," in which 16 female television anchors are paired off in a beauty and popularity contest sponsored by a lingerie shop _ whether they want to take part or not

Rodgers wants to follow in Brady's footsteps

Feb 1, 2018

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers wants to play into his 40s like Patriots quarterback Tom Brady

DJ who lost groping lawsuit to Taylor Swift in new radio job

Jan 31, 2018

Radio host fired after losing groping lawsuit to Taylor Swift says he's 'very grateful' for his new gig at a Mississippi station

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