A private Pennsylvania college says it has expelled three students over a school radio broadcast in which they made racist comments and used a slur.
Broadcasters and radio buffs gathered in Wilkinsburg Friday afternoon where Rick Harris, of the National Museum of Broadcasting, continued the fight to rebuild Dr. Frank Conrad’s garage as a museum.
Hear all about the history of radio as seen through the eyes of a legendary Detroit DJ.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will once again make regular weekly appearances on KDKA-FM Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan for the upcoming NFL season.
Country music star Brad Paisley says he might like to branch out into movies and is exploring some TV projects with his country music awards show co-host Carrie Underwood.
One of the greatest local disc jockeys of all time has signed off for the final time.
The “Daddio of the Raddio” has signed off for a final time.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai joins Mike Pintek in studio for the hour to talk all about the FCC.
The Fan held its own Home Run Derby Monday.
Commuters that use the Squirrel Hill Tunnels can forget about using the radio and cell phones at least through 2014 while construction is going on.
The official announcement won’t come until Sunday night during the Academy of Country Music Awards on KDKA, but there’s news about a big name DJ coming back to Y108.
Jack Bogut has been a fixture on Pittsburgh radio for 33 years. On Nov. 8, Bogut will be inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio.
A new poll from the USA Today shows most of the American people believe members of Congress deserve to be re-elected.
The music has gone silent on Pittsburgh’s only jazz station. At midnight, WDUQ FM began an all-news talk format and signed off its jazz programming.
On Tuesday’s show, KDKA’s Mike Pintek talked with Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.