Livestream Video Streaming TALKERS 2016: Bridging the Generations Live on Talkers.com Today. The 19th annual installment of the talk media industry’s longest running and most important national convention is taking place today and the entire event is being video streamed live on Talkers.com. The streaming is being provided by Livestream, the leader in providing video streaming services to the broadcasting industry. Livestream, a sponsor of the event, is also exhibiting its services in the technology display area of the conference. For more information about Livestream, please click on www.Livestream.com.
The Presidential Race Stays Atop Talkers TenTM. The activities of the candidates for president – including Donald Trump’s interview with Megyn Kelly and the battle between Bernie Sanders and the DNC – were the most talked about stories on news/talk radio this week. Coming in at #2 was the downing of EgyptAir flight 804 and early suspicions it was a terror attack. Following at #3 were the allegations Facebook has employed bias against conservative issues in its trending stories. The Talkers TenTM is a weekly chart of the top stories and people discussed on news/talk radio during the week and is the result of ongoing research from TALKERS magazine. It is published every Friday at Talkers.com. View this week’s entire chart here.
Mike Gallagher in the City of Brotherly Love. Nationally syndicated talk show host Mike Gallagher is pictured here at the posh Union League of Philadelphia where the “The Happy Conservative Warrior” and fellow Salem Radio Network host Hugh Hewitt headlined a forum presented by affiliate station WNTP, Philadelphia titled, “The Future of America.” Today (5/20), Gallagher, Hewitt, fellow SRN personality Larry Elder, and AM 970 The Answer morning host Joe Piscopo will appear at TALKERS 2016: Bridging the Generations at Hofstra University on Long Island. They will take part in the talk radio conference’s special luncheon discussion, titled “News/Talk Radio and Conservative Politics,” that will be moderated by Salem Media Group SVP Phil Boyce.