Seeing and understanding are two very different things. And when it comes to an object as enigmatic as a black hole, both can be difficult. Luckily, the University of Arizona’s astronomy department and Steward Observatory are making advancements toward both.

A familiar name has returned to the terrestrial radio sales game. Kelli Gero has been nabbed by Lotus to handle sales operations for the four-station cluster, although most of her involvement will focus on advertising efforts for new rock/alternate format KFMA 102.1 FM and classic rocker KLP…

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A familiar name has returned to the terrestrial radio sales game. Kelli Gero has been nabbed by Lotus to handle sales operations for the four-station cluster, although most of her involvement will focus on advertising efforts for new rock/alternate format KFMA 102.1 FM and classic rocker KLP…

The unraveling of the traditional newspaper model has been a refrain played more often than a Katy Perry song in heavy top-40 rotation. Print is dying, or at the very least gradually fading away, and newspapers are trying to figure out how to bridge the gap financially in the digital age, of…

Talk radio in Tucson is filled with a smorgasbord of paid programming, referred to as brokered shows. Hosts pay for the air time, and in exchange cut a deal with the station to sell advertising in an effort to make back their costs. 

Ryan Kedzierski, the publisher of Tucson Local Media, has accepted an opportunity as Director of Sales for the Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore. 

There’s been a bit of movement and some additions to Tucson’s over-the-air alternative television programming lineup. KOLD, which has had surprising success through MeTV, which broadcasts for antenna viewers on channel 13.2, has added GRIT TV to 13.3. 

Cathy Green is a believer in the five-year plan, and while it wasn’t always precisely implemented during her four-decade electronic media sales run in Tucson, it certainly set the stage for a multitude of employers along the way. 

Tom McNamara spent nearly 18 years as the familiar face of KVOA TV’s evening newscast. It’s remarkable stability in a business known for being anything but, yet it was that aspect about Tucson and the market that lured McNamara to the Old Pueblo in the first place.