CBS News Radio

CBS News Radio, formerly known as CBS Radio News and historically known as the CBS Radio Network, provides news to more than 1,000 radio stations throughout the United States. The network is owned by CBS Corporation; it is the last of the three original national U.S. radio networks (CBS, NBC Radio Network and Mutual) still owned by its parent company, even as CBS has sold off its own radio company in 2017.

CBS News Radio is one of the two national news services distributed by Skyview Networks, which distributes national news, talk, music and special event programs, in addition to local news, weather, video news and other information to radio and television stations, as well as traffic reporting services.

CBS News Radio
TypeNews radio network
Country
OwnerCBS Corporation
ParentCBS and CBS News
(producer)
Skyview Networks
(distributor)
Launch date
1927
WebcastListen Live
Official website
CBS News Radio

Background

The network is the oldest unit of the CBS Corporation and traces its roots to CBS's predecessor, United Independent Broadcasters, founded in 1927 with 47 affiliates. The next year, Columbia Records invested in the radio network, which was named the Columbia Phonographic Broadcasting System. Eventually, the record company pulled its backing from the struggling web. William S. Paley bought a half-interest in what became the Columbia Broadcasting System in 1928, and became its president. (In 1938, CBS bought its former parent, Columbia Records.) For more about the network's history, see CBS.

Programming

Today, CBS News Radio is best known for its news and public affairs programming distributed to more than 500 affiliates, including flagship station WCBS in New York, and several others including KYW in Philadelphia, KNX in Los Angeles, KCBS in San Francisco, WBBM in Chicago, WBZ in Boston, WWJ in Detroit, KMOX in St. Louis, KRLD in Dallas and WCCO in Minneapolis.

Its primary offerings include top-of-the-hour newscasts and news updates on the half-hour, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition to the over-the-air product, reports and actualities are made available to affiliates via the network's Newsfeed service. WCBS, KYW and other top outlets make heavy use of the CBS network feed material throughout their broadcast day.

Among the on-air programs are the CBS News-on-the-Hour and the daily Osgood File features with veteran CBS newsman Charles Osgood.

The network is home to the morning and evening editions of the CBS World News Roundup, U.S. broadcasting's oldest news series. Steve Kathan anchors the morning show, which airs at 8aET and 7aPT, while Dave Barrett hosts the evening edition at 7pmET. The Roundup dates back to a special network broadcast on March 13, 1938, featuring live reports from Europe on Germany's annexation of Austria. Each Friday afternoon, the network also distributes the CBS News Weekend Roundup, an hour-long look at the top stories of the week, hosted by correspondent Steve Dorsey.

CBS News Radio has an impressive list of reporters around the world including Pam Coulter, Steven Portnoy, Cami McCormick, Sabina Castelfranco, Robert Berger, and Lara Logan. Logan also reports for CBS Television, and many TV correspondents also appear on CBS Radio newscasts.

In 2009, CBS launched a long-form late night talk program hosted by Jon Grayson and the existing morning talk show hosted by Michael Smerconish on some of its owned-and-operated stations. CBS themselves handle the syndication of Grayson's show, while syndication for Smerconish's show to non-CBS stations has been outsourced to Dial Global (which at that time was not involved with the CBS Radio Network itself). Grayson's show, Overnight America, also entered national syndication via Dial Global on January 30, 2012;[1] meanwhile, Smerconish discontinued the morning show in 2011.

Three of CBS's television programs are currently simulcast over CBS News Radio affiliates; those are Face the Nation, 60 Minutes, and the CBS Evening News (some stations, including WCBS in New York and WBZ in Boston, air the entire Evening News). In addition, the Late Show with David Letterman Top Ten List was also broadcast by the network in a short-form-feature format until the show's conclusion in 2015.

Other public-affairs features include CBS Healthwatch with Dr. Emily Senay, Raising Our Kids (formerly suffixed with in the 90s during that decade) with WCBS morning anchor Pat Carroll, What's in the News, and "Eye on Washington," a daily look at goings on in the nation's capital.

Historically, the sports coverage now produced by Westwood One was branded as CBS Radio Sports and, like the news features, associated with the CBS Radio Network; however, after CBS began managing the original Westwood One in the mid-1990s, the sports broadcasts would come under the Westwood One banner (with both identities used in the late 1990s), a practice that would continue even after CBS stopped managing Westwood One in 2007. CBS announced plans to launch CBS Sports Radio in fall 2012 through Cumulus Media Networks, owned by Cumulus Media (Cumulus Media Networks was merged into Westwood One in 2013, following Cumulus' acquisition of Westwood One).

During the overnight hours, CBS' streaming video service CBSN carries a simulcast of CBS News Radio's top-of-the-hour reports.

Music and the Spoken Word

While the network's World News Roundup is the longest-running news show on radio or TV in the U.S., the title of longest-running network radio show of any kind goes to another CBS Radio program—Music and the Spoken Word, a half-hour of music and inspirational thought featuring the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. It began on July 15, 1929 and currently airs each Sunday morning at 11:30 Eastern Time. (The longest running radio show of any kind is the Grand Ole Opry, broadcast on WSM in Nashville, Tennessee since November 28, 1925.)

Correspondents

Bard, Adrienne CBS News Radio Reporter, Mexico City

Barker, Vicki CBS News Radio Reporter, London

Berger, Robert CBS News Radio Correspondent, Jerusalem

Castelfranco, Sabina CBS News Radio Correspondent, Rome

Chenevey, Jim CBS News Radio Correspondent

Cohen, Andrew CBS News Radio Legal Analyst and Commentator

Coulter, Pam CBS News Radio Correspondent

Dorsey, Steve CBS News Radio Executive Editor/Correspondent, Washington

Falk, Pamela CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst

Foty, Tom CBS News Radio Correspondent

Futterman, Steve CBS News Radio Correspondent (based in Los Angeles)

Kathan, Steve CBS News Radio Correspondent; anchor of CBS World News Roundup (8 a.m. ET Monday-Friday)

Kaufman, Stephan CBS News Radio Correspondent

King, Peter CBS News Radio Correspondent (based in Orlando)

Krasula, Jim CBS News Radio Correspondent (based in Raleigh, North Carolina)

Litzinger, Sam CBS News Radio Correspondent

Lyons, Mike CBS News Military Consultant

Magid, Larry CBS News Technology Analyst

McCausland, Jeff CBS News Military Consultant

McCormick, Cami CBS News Radio Correspondent, The Pentagon

Nunn, Gary CBS News Radio Reporter

Portnoy, Steven CBS News Radio White House Correspondent

Rehkopf, Bill CBS News Radio Correspondent

Schlesinger, Jill Editor-at-Large, CBS's Moneywatch.com

Swagler, Craig, CBS News Radio General Manager

Taylor, Jim CBS News Radio Correspondent

Affiliates of CBS News Radio (with market rank)

These stations were formerly owned-and-operated by CBS Radio before November 17, 2017 and are now under ownership of Entercom, unless otherwise noted.
  • WCBS 880 AM: New York, New York (#1[2])
  • WINS 1010 AM: New York, New York**
  • KNX 1070 AM: Los Angeles, California (#2)
  • WBBM 780 AM: Chicago, Illinois (#3)
  • KCBS 740 AM: San Francisco, California (#4)
  • KRLD 1080 AM: Dallas, Texas (#5)
  • KYW 1060: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (#8)**
  • WPHT 1210: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • WDCH-FM 99.1: Bowie, Maryland / Washington, DC (#9)
  • WBZ 1030: Boston, Massachusetts (#10)** (iHeartMedia)
  • WWJ 950: Detroit, Michigan (#11)
  • KIRO-FM 97.3: Seattle, Washington (#13) (Bonneville International)
  • WCCO 830: Minneapolis, Minnesota (#16)
  • KMOX 1120: St. Louis, Missouri (#21)
  • KDKA 1020: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (#25)**
  • KXNT 840: Las Vegas, Nevada (#32)
  • WWL 870: New Orleans, Louisiana (#49)
  • WTIC 1080: Hartford, Connecticut (#52)

(** Formerly owned by Westinghouse Broadcasting, which merged with CBS in 1995)

CBS News Radio provides overnight live news updates at the top of the hour to CBSN, CBS News’ 24-hour streaming news channel.

On February 2, 2017, CBS Corporation announced that its shareholders had acquired a majority stake in Entercom, whose corporate management will continue to oversee the company along with CBS's radio assets.[3] [4] [5] The merger was approved on November 9, 2017, and was consummated on the 17th.[6][7] The CBS News Radio network service will continue to be managed by CBS News.

On August 2, 2017, CBS announced that it had signed a contract with Skyview Networks for distribution of CBS News Radio, to go into effect on January 1, 2018. [8]

References

  1. ^ "Dial Global offers syndication of KMOX's "Overnight America With Jon Grayson"". Radio-Info.com. January 24, 2012. Retrieved January 24, 2012.
  2. ^ Arbitron Radio Market Rankings - Fall 2012
  3. ^ CBS Radio To Merge With Entercom - Radio Insight (published February 2, 2017)
  4. ^ CBS Radio to Merge with Entercom
  5. ^ CBS Radio to Merge with Entercom
  6. ^ Entercom Receives FCC Approval for Merger with CBS Radio
  7. ^ Entercom Completes CBS Radio Merger
  8. ^ CBS News Radio and Skyview Networks press release - "Skyview networks" (published August 2,2017)

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All-news radio

All-news radio is a radio format devoted entirely to the discussion and broadcast of news.

All-news radio is available in both local and syndicated forms, and is carried on both major US satellite radio networks. All-news stations can run the gamut from simulcasting an all-news television station like CNN, to a "rip and read" headline service, to stations that include live coverage of news events and long-form public affairs programming.

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Barry Petersen

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CBS News

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The president of CBS News is David Rhodes. On January 6, 2019, Susan Zirinsky was named President of CBS News, replacing David Rhodes. Rhodes will be leaving on March 1, 2019, and "will step down as president of CBS News amid falling ratings and the fallout from revelations from an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against CBS News figures, Rhodes and the CBS network said." Zirinsky will become the first female President of CBS News.

KDKD-FM

KDKD-FM (95.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. It is licensed to Clinton, Missouri, United States. The station is currently owned by Alpha Media, through licensee Alpha Media Licensee LLC, and features Today's New Hit Country and programming from CBS News Radio and Westwood One.KDKD-FM's morning show is hosted by Steve Stevens and David Lee. KDKD-FM broadcasts an array of sports including Clinton High School football, basketball and baseball, Appleton City football and basketball, and other area schools.

KFAQ

KFAQ (1170 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is owned by Griffin Communications and airs a talk radio format. The station carries CBS News Radio along with local news from its own news department. Weather is provided by sister station KOTV-TV. KFAQ studios and offices are located on East 29th Street in Midtown Tulsa, and it transmits from a three-tower facility located along East 11th Street (Route 66) in an undeveloped area of East Tulsa.KFAQ is a clear channel Class A station broadcasting at 50,000 watts, the maximum power for American AM stations. KFAQ uses a non-directional antenna by day, heard over much of Eastern Oklahoma and parts of Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri. It provides secondary coverage as far north as Wichita, as far east as Fayetteville, Arkansas and as far west as the fringes of the Oklahoma City area. Under the right conditions, it can be heard across nearly all of Oklahoma's densely populated area, as well as Springfield, Fort Smith and the outer suburbs of Kansas City. At night, power is fed to all three towers in a directional pattern to protect the other Class A station on 1170 AM, WWVA in Wheeling, West Virginia. Even with this restriction, KFAQ's nighttime signal can be heard over much of the Central United States and well into the Rocky Mountains with a good radio.

KFAQ has a local news and interview show on weekday mornings hosted by Pat Campbell. The rest of the day, it carries nationally syndicated talk shows, including Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, Joe Pags, Mark Levin, ThriveTime Business Show at Noon with Clay Clark & Robert Zoellner and Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. Weekends feature shows on money, health, home repair, computers, hunting, fishing and guns. Hosts include Larry Kudlow, Leo Laporte and Gordon Deal. Some weekend hours are paid brokered programming.

KHAS

KHAS (1230 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult contemporary format. Licensed to Hastings, Nebraska, United States, the station serves the Grand Island-Kearney area. The station is owned by Platte River Radio, Inc. and features programming from CBS News Radio.The station was owned for many years by the family of Fred A. Seaton, which also owned KHAS-TV and still owns the Hastings Tribune newspaper.

KRLD (AM)

KRLD (1080 kHz; NewsRadio 1080) is a commercial AM radio station owned and operated by Entercom. Licensed to Dallas, KRLD serves the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and North Texas with an All-News radio format. Unlike most Entercom All-News stations which run continuous news around the clock, KRLD does not stay with the format at night, and on weekends it only carries all-news for a few hours in the morning. Weeknights, KRLD runs nationally syndicated talk shows including Dave Ramsey, Clark Howard, Texas Overnight with Charley Jones and America in The Morning. Weekends feature shows on money, home repair, real estate, travel, computers and fishing. Some weekend hours are paid brokered programming. Most hours begin with world and national news from CBS News Radio.

The station's studios are located along North Central Expressway in Uptown Dallas, and the transmitter site is near Saturn Road in Garland, Texas. KRLD broadcasts in the HD Radio format and can also be heard on KRLD-FM 105.3 HD2. KRLD is a Class A station broadcasting at 50,000 watts, the maximum power allowed for American AM stations. By day, KRLD uses a non-directional antenna and the station is audible with a good radio from Oklahoma City to Austin. At night, KRLD uses a directional antenna nulled slightly away from the northeast to avoid interfering with sister station WTIC Hartford, the other Class A station on 1080 AM. KRLD's nighttime signal is heard over much of the central United States and parts of Mexico and even Guatemala.

Spree TV

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Steven Portnoy

Steven Portnoy is a CBS News correspondent covering the White House for CBS News Radio. He reported from Capitol Hill before the election of President Trump. From 2006 to 2015, he was a Washington, DC-based correspondent for ABC News Radio, where he covered legal affairs and breaking stories in addition to regularly reporting on Congress and the White House. While at ABC, he was also a regular host of Ahead of the Curve, a technology-based talk show on ABC News Now, the network's 24/7 digital TV platform.

Raised in South Brunswick, New Jersey, Portnoy graduated from South Brunswick High School in 1999 and received the school's Distinguished Alumni Award in 2012.Portnoy reported for WSYR (AM) and produced at WSTM-TV and WIXT-TV (now WSYR-TV) while he was a student at the S.I. Newhouse School for Public Communications at Syracuse University. In 2001, he took first place at the Hearst Journalism Awards for his reporting on the economic downturn in the early part of the decade.Prior to joining ABC News in 2006, Portnoy reported for WMAL, a Washington radio station that was owned by ABC until 2007.

In 2008, Portnoy was named a Peter Jennings Fellow at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. He has since won several local and regional awards and shared in national Edward R. Murrow awards for breaking news coverage in 2007 (Virginia Tech massacre), 2011 (anchoring the network's radio coverage of the death of Osama bin Laden), and 2013 (Boston Marathon bombing), and for continuing coverage (Hurricane Sandy) in 2012.

WAKO-FM

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WAKO AM 910/99.3 FM have been launched as The Legend a classic country radio station.

WCCO (AM)

WCCO (830 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and owned by Entercom. Its offices and studios are located in the Entercom Building at 625 Second Avenue South in downtown Minneapolis. WCCO features talk radio, news, and sports programming, with local hosts heard most hours of the day and evening. World and national news are supplied by CBS News Radio. Overnight, WCCO carries the syndicated CBS Sports Radio network.

WCCO is a Class A clear-channel station. With 50,000 watts of power, and a nondirectional signal, WCCO reaches a wide area of North America at night. The transmitter is located off Coon Rapids Boulevard at Lily Street NW in Coon Rapids.

WEMJ

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WGAN

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WKBK

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WLTN-FM

WLTN-FM is an Adult Contemporary/Full-Service formatted radio station in New Hampshire licensed to Lisbon, serving northern New Hampshire and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. WLTN-FM is owned by Barry P. Lunderville.

WLTN-FM went on the air August 19, 1991, as a Class A radio station in broadcasting from Lisbon, New Hampshire and with studios in Littleton. On air it was known as "Gold 96-7" and it was a locally-operated Oldies radio station. In 1994, the services of Westwood One's Oldies Channel were instituted. In July 1999 ownership changed to Sharp Broadcasting and the format changed on September 12 of that year to its current Adult Contemporary format, switching satellite networks to Westwood's Bright AC and became known on air as Bright 96.7. When the station was sold to Lunderville, it became known as Mix 96.7. The station currently carries CBS News Radio.

WPSE

Money Radio WPSE AM 1450/FM 107.1 is a commercially licensed radio station in Erie, Pennsylvania, and the market's only money-business news-talk radio station. It is owned by the Penn State Board of Trustees and operated by Penn State Behrend under the direction of a professional broadcast staff. In addition to being a round-the-clock, one-stop source for global and financial news, Money Radio WPSE also airs commentaries by regional business leaders; Bloomberg Business Radio; the nation’s best syndicated business talk-radio hosts; and NFL, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Penn State sports broadcasts.

Weekday programming consists of This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal (weekdays 6a-8a), Bloomberg Business News and market coverage (weekdays 8a-11a), Clark Howard (weekdays 11a-2p), Dave Ramsey (daily 2p-5p), CBS News Radio, FOX News Radio and financial call-in shows. Money Radio WPSE's program lineup boasts some of the best business talk radio programming in the nation.

WRKQ

WRKQ (1250 AM) is an American radio station broadcasting a News Talk format. Licensed to Madisonville, Tennessee, United States, the station is currently owned by Storm Front Communications, LLC. WRKQ is a CBS News radio affiliate.

1250 WRKQ is the Authority for Monroe County Tennessee. The Goal of the station is to hyper-serve the local community. WRKQ has installed a 24-hour weather radar system and can track storm systems whenever and wherever. WRKQ's duty is to educate, entertain, and inform. With two local talk shows Rick and Company 6 to 9 am every weekday morning and Nick and the Drive Home 4 to 6 pm every weekday evening. WRKQ also is a carrier of national syndicated talk shows including Dana Loesche, Mike Gallgher, Chad Benson, Jim Bohanon, and John Grayson. The weekends are very entertaining they get away from the politics and news of the week by bringing life style shows that talk about golf, foods, wines, NASCAR, pets, and many many more things.

WRKQ is the station to listen to if you are in the monroe county area anytime, any day, all week long.

WRKQ features CBS Radio News at the top of each hour

WSYY-FM

WSYY-FM (94.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting for approximately 18⅓ hours per day, 7 days a week (from 4:55AM through 11:15PM ET) under the slogan, "Radio With An Attitude". Playing a mix of oldies/classic hits, adult contemporary, rock music, and some country crossovers, the station broadcasts an Adult Hits/Full-Service format for approximately 16 hours per day, from 6:00AM through 10:00PM ET (reserving the first and, also, the final hour of their broadcast day to When Radio Was).13 Licensed to Millinocket, Maine, United States, the station's broadcast signal serves the Central Penobscot County, Eastern Piscataquis County, and Southern Aroostook County Maine areas, and the station is licensed to serve the town of Millinocket, Maine, the very town where its studios/offices and tower site are located. The station is currently owned by Katahdin Communications, Inc.

WSYY (AM)

WSYY (1240 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. Licensed to Millinocket, Maine, United States, the station serves the Northern and Downeast Maine area, from sun-up to sun-down, broadcasting only on Weekends (but not between Monday-through-Friday). The station is currently owned by Katahdin Broadcasting, Inc. The station currently features programming from CBS Radio and carries CBS News Radio at the top of every hour (and has been an affiliate of that network for many decades), as well as covering University of Maine Black Bears sports. The station also carries local high school sports. WSYY-FM/WSYY-AM are unusual in that while stations are authorized to broadcast 24 hours a day, the stations both have sign-offs every day (WSYY-AM signing off at dusk and WSYY-FM broadcasting for approximately 18¼ hours per day). WSYY-AM broadcasts only on Weekends (but not between Monday-through-Friday). WSYY-AM has since fallen silent and might be simulcasting over a new FM translator (@ 102.5 MHz) in the future, when they resume operations.

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