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- Fitz Exits 100.7 The Wolf SeattleFrom RadioInsight After nearly twelve years leading mornings at Entercom Country “100.7 The Wolf” KKWF Seattle, Cory ‘Fitz’ has exited the station. Entercom released a brief statement regarding Fitz’s departure: Fitz in the Morning will no longer be on air on 100.7-FM The Wolf in Seattle as of Monday, April 24. Fitz has been an important part of the station for nearly 12 years, but we have decided to part ways. We wish him well, and we will be conducting a nationwide search for the station’s next morning show. The remainder of the current KKWF morning show will remain with the station as co-hosts Ellen Tailor and Randy The Biscuit will host mornings while Wingnut continues to fill-in during the vacant afternoon slot on the station. No word on the status of Fitz’s nationally syndicated version of the show distributed by Sun Broadcast Group, but could he… ..... Read More.36 mins ago
- Raheem Devaughn Links Up with Non-Profit to Do Something Special for Mother’s DayMy Friends House LA in conjunction with the LoveLife Foundation will host a special Mother’s Day... Click link above for story ..... Read More.39 mins ago
- Nielsen Reports Lower First-Quarter Earnings..... Read More.45 mins ago
- Take a Look Inside the Crazy Coachella Airbnb’s of Lady Gaga and Kendrick LamarThe biggest festival trend this year wasn’t flower crowns or fringe, it was Airbnb. Click link above for story ..... Read More.46 mins ago
- The Oldest Grocery Delivery Company Aims to Take a Bite Out of the Big AppleBefore there was Instacart, AmazonFresh, and FreshDirect, there was Peapod. Founded in 1989 as a service where customers could phone in their orders, the online grocer has grown to command a significant portion of the growing food delivery marketwhich is expected to reach $100 billion in sales by 2025, according to a recent report from Nielsen and FMI. Part of Peapod's promise is the financial backing of parent company Ahold Delhaize, which acquired it for $35 million in 2001. Along with using its own warehouses, Peapod can also tap into the supply chains of Ahold Delhaize's brick-and-mortar chains, like Stop & Shop and Food Lion."There are a lot of shiny new players right now that are doing what we did in the first two years, but it's not sustainable and inefficient," said Carrie Bienkowski, who joined Peapod as chief marketing officer three years ago from eBay. "Because we're part of… ..... Read More.1 hour ago
- 4 Things to Expect From Procter & Gamble’s Earning ReportProcter & Gamble Co. is set to report earnings Wednesday under more pressure than usual for Earth's biggest marketing spender. For one thing, there's an activist investor in the house: Nelson Peltz and his Trian Partners. He's yet to drop the seemingly inevitable white paper telling P&G managers how to run and possibly break up their business.On the plus side, P&G is on a roll of under-promising and over-delivering in recent quarters. It will be hard to keep that up, given relatively strong year-ago results in the fiscal third January-March quarter ("JFM" in P&G-speak) and hence a tougher comparison.It will also be harder because global rival Unilever just reported first-quarter organic sales results above expectations by around 3% -- despite flatish unit volume. Unilever disappointed the prior two quarters, and was thus, in the largely zero-sum game of slow-growing packaged goods, a market-share donor in P&G's turnaround story. Not so… ..... Read More.7 hours ago