There has to be a better way to win concert tickets.
Matt Okine is not from Nantucket, but his dick is so long he can suck it.
“Tom Elliot, do you even journalism?”
Employees barely had time to notify listeners that they were being evacuated, according to reports.
Because Serial comes out only once a week.
What haven’t these guys done?
Keen to counteract the fall in young listeners, the BBC is turning to some of the country’s most popular YouTubers to add some digital sparkle.
It looks like it from Triple M’s latest promo shot.
Today, Minya Oh is the linchpin of Hot 97, rap’s most influential radio station. Getting there only took 20 years.
Former Sony boss Howard Stringer has some home truths for the BBC as it re-positions itself to compete in a digital economy and double its global weekly reach to 500 million.
A gem of a letter to Don Imus from the latest Clinton library document dump.
It was the decade Helen Razer and three kids called Silverchair ruled the airwaves.
Warning: You may never look at a chainsaw the same way again.
“Hi. Good morning, cows.” Sir Patrick Stewart gives us a valuable lesson in stratified cow culture.
Now that the critically panned Diana is in theaters, let’s take a look at other biopics that made a less-than-stellar impression.
From buses to supermarket checkouts to planes, we always hear the same announcements. Who actually does them?
Radio host, comic, actor - the man can do it all.
Thanks to the anonymous image board, a 39-year-old man named Charles is currently in first place in a contest to to meet his favorite pop star. NSFWish
Monopoly actually played a very important role during the war.
It’s 1984 and James Brown has much to say on a variety of topics including race, politics, and punk rock.
The conservative radio star blames insults to his intelligence and a “fear and panic” strategy rolled out by Democrats, Republicans and the media in response to proposed spending cuts.
There’s no shame in Geraldo’s political game. “I’ll be here every Friday, until as such time as it’s no longer legal.”
In a rare television interview from 1988, the conservative talk radio host discusses getting into hot water with Jewish groups for using the term “Jewish lobby” when he first moved to New York. “You can say Jewish lobby anywhere but New York and no one will notice.”
Beck went on an extended rant against the New York Governor’s use of the term “assault rifle” during yesterday’s State of the State address, something Beck calls a “progressive game.”
While listening to the Glenn Beck radio program, sometimes it’s hard to tell if you’re hearing a news segment or the most sophisticated form of product placement known to man.
One of the most vocal professional athletes when it comes to LGBT rights, Kluwe is also now the only person to have recorded a radio spot revolving around the phrase “lustful cockmonster.”
Ever wonder how they make all those wacky sounds on the radio? Here are the five best tricks of the trade.