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Cumulus Media to refinance with $610M bond offer

Radio station operator Cumulus Media Inc. on Monday said it will sell $610 million in bonds to refinance debt in preparation for the pending acquisitions of fellow radio station operator Citadel Broadcasting Corp. and station owner Cumulus Media Partners LLC. Full story

Don’t bug out! Tips to stay calm when traveling

   Etiquette expert Lizzie Post offers advice on how to ease stress and keep tempers in check during your travels.

Ugandan president says may release rap album

President Yoweri Museveni says he might release an album after a rap he performed became a smash hit on Uganda's radio stations and in its nightclubs. Full story

Greeley school board member blasts MLK Day

A local school board member and radio station owner has come under fire for airing an editorial denouncing the holiday honoring slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Full story

Radio stations told to censor Dire Straits

Canadian radio station have been warned to censor the 1985 Dire Straits hit "Money for Nothing," after a complaint that the lyrics of the Grammy Award-winning song were derogatory to gay men. Full story

Radio station owner slammed for MLK remarks

   A radio station in Greeley, Colo., is under fire for broadcasting offensive remarks about Martin Luther King, Jr. KUSA's Matt Flener reports.

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  Video helps land homeless man radio gig

A YouTube video of a man showing off his self-described "God-given gift of a great voice"  rocketed around the Internet, helping him land a temporary job at a Columbus radio station. Msnbc's Willie Geist reports.

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