Summer road trip season is upon us, and WalletHub recently released a list of the Best Road Trip Destinations for summer 2018! WalletHub, a personal finance website, researched all 50 states and scored each state based on costs, safety, and activities. The site also examined average gas prices, the number of scenic byways, and parkland area.
While the top road trip state went to Wyoming, Washington was not far behind in spot seven! Washington ranked highly in both the safety and activities ca...
The Pacific Northwest is a vision of pristine beauty, a mist-laden expanse of lush foliage and pristine bodies of water. From the bottom of Oregon to the very tip top of Alaska, the entire region stands as a shining example of incomparable beauty. Sandwiched between Alaska and Washington is the breathtaking land of Vancouver, B.C. Vancouver has the distinct pleasure of being within driving distance of another NW metropolis, the city of Seattle, WA.
In its early beginnings, radio did not receive much attention. But after Guglielmo Marconi was granted a patent for a wireless radio that he devised, and it was used during wartime, radio began its journey as the valuable and varied medium that it is today.
Even though the future of radio broadcasting in rooted in emerging technologies, savvy industry professionals understand the value of a good print book about the business. These books can provide a deeper insight not able to be imparted through a podcast or other vehicles of communication. Here are five top books that every radio professional should have at their disposal to push their career to its limits:
Censorship in radio broadcasting is not anything new and has, in fact, been around almost since the very first radio broadcast. As far back as the 1920s, the government established rules or codes of conduct for radio stations to follow in determining what content they could air on their stations. Within a decade, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) was formed to help monitor and regulate radio station broadcasts.
Road trip season is upon us. Along with the warmer weather and sunshine comes colorful leaves, fragrant flowers, and bustling city streets. Summertime presents the perfect time to take that long-awaited road trip through the pacific northwest! States such as Washington, Idaho, Western Montana, Northern California, and Oregon are commonly referred to as cold and rainy states. However, when the sunshine is beaming, the sights to see are vast, distinct, and quite extraordinary.
November 13, 1851: The city of Seattle was settled on in what is now West Seattle. The following year the site was relocated across Elliott Bay near a Duwamish Indian Village. It is from this Native American village that the city received its name: Seattle. This was the name of the chief of the Duwamish, Suquamish, and other tribes in the Puget Sound area. From its birth until today, Seattle has been largely influenced by people of many different ethnicities, races, and cultures.
While its history is vast and still growing, it was not that long ago that the radio completely changed the world forever. It’s history dates all the way back to the 1800s, although it wasn’t until the 20th century that its significance to modern society was realized. Before we can discuss the evolution of the radio, we have to mention the founders of one of the world’s most successful inventions.
The benefits of youth sports are many: increased confidence, team building, physical fitness, leadership opportunities, and more! There are plenty of ways to get and keep your child interested in sports. If you are having a tough time or are searching for new ideas to implement in your family, try these helpful tips! The goal is to always remain positive, encouraging, and consistent in your approach.
Joining a community sports team is a fun opportunity to exercise, make friends, and get involved in your neighborhood. Many cities around the world are introducing both adult and children community sports teams – and luckily, Seattle offers both adult and children leagues!
The Pacific Northwest (PNW) is one of my favorite places in the world. From the beautiful landscape to the hustle and bustle of major cities, the PNW is a fantastic place to visit. The opportunities to explore between Washington, Oregon, and Idaho are endless. However these four things are PNW must-sees and dos this summer!
In my recent blog series, I discuss radio broadcasting in different countries. In previous articles, we took a look at radio in France and China. Now let’s dive under to New Zealand – a southwestern Pacific country, home to 4.7 million.
Sports are loved all around the world, which is why athletes make an excellent marketing centerpiece. Marketers have realized that the popularity of sports and used this to their advantage for advertising and other marketing campaigns.