WASHINGTON (AP) — Petra Mayer, books editor for National Public Radio, died Saturday of what’s believed to be a pulmonary embolism, the news organization said. She was 46.
The air was cool, the music even cooler. That’s the vibe that reverberated courtesy Merle Monroe last Friday night in Elizabethton. Lead singer Tim Raybon, banjoist Daniel Grindstaff and the six-man country-bluegrass hybrid band helmed opening night of Covered Bridge Days.
Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Young Thug and several other artists have received iHeartRadio’s Titanium Award.
Miri’s National Book Award winner is narrated by a ghost, a once-homeless construction worker gazing back from the afterlife.
BRISTOL, Va. — On June 1, Girls Inc. of Bristol officially opened their summer session at four locations — Bristol, Bristol Highlands Fellowship, Norton and Piney Flats.
The company that syndicated Rush Limbaugh's radio program says Clay Travis and Buck Sexton will launch a new three-hour show in his old time slot.
An interim executive director is taking the reins at the Paramount Center for the Arts while the theater remains closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Theatre Bristol On Air mines Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes canon for its production of “The Hound of the Baskervilles.” Presented as a radio-like show, it broadcasts during through March via Theatre Bristol’s website; by month’s end, it will air on radio 89.5 WETS.
Morgan Wallen has seen an increase in album sales after a video of him using a racial slur was published online.
Morgan Wallen has been removed from hundreds of radio stations after a video emerged of him using a racial slur. The video shows the country m…
Lloyd Combs, one of the most recognizable media members in Southwest Virginia for much of the last four decades, died on Monday night from complications due to the coronavirus and pneumonia.
The kid and I were chatting by phone one evening. It’s mostly how we communicate nowadays, since she doesn’t want to inadvertently give her da…
Santa’s visits may look a little different this year, but the jolly St. Nick is still coming to town despite the pandemic. WEHC 90.7 FM radio at Emory & Henry College is getting creative by hosting a fun and safe experience that will allow children to talk to Santa himself.
Next weekend, Blountville radio station 96.3 The Possum will hold a 30-hour toy drive to collect toys for the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office’s annual Toys from Cops program.
Theatre Bristol On Air presents Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” through Christmas and the entire month of December via numerous podcast outlets including Spotify and Apple, accessible through www.theatrebristol.org, and on Wednesday, Dec. 23, broadcast on radio 89.5 FM WETS.
Drum solo during Zoom meetings? Sure. Why not? With these No. 2 writing utensils from Suck UK, you can get your rhythm on for that song on the…
Commercial radio got its start on Nov. 2, 1920 when legendary KDKA in Pittsburgh broadcast the results of the Harding-Cox presidential race? Almost overnight, radio transitioned from domination by ham operators to an actual business with schedules, programming and sponsors.