Media & Marketing

Scharton eyes ‘scrappy’ Fresno style with new venture

A new marketing firm focused on local food brands and producers will soon take root in downtown Fresno.

One Putt Broadcasting buys three Wilks radio stations

One Putt Broadcasting has signed a definitive agreement to purchase three FM radio stations from Wilks Broadcasting including 95.7 The Fox (KJFX), New Rock 104.1 (KFRR) and 105.5 The Game (KJZN).

Women of color biz symposium Friday

The Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation and the Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce will host the first Empowering Women of Color in Business Symposium on Friday. 

KMJ to debut show with culinary focus

Fresno restaurant owners Mike Shirinian and Dave Fansler are joining forces to co-host a live and local radio show focusing on all things culinary. 

Black Chamber to host Tulare workshop

The Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce will host a financial and technology workshop for businesses at the Tulare Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 6. 

Fresno's '40 Under 40' class announced

Fresno's 2014 "40 Under 40" class has been announced by BusinessStreetOnline.com.

TV show to highlight Fresno’s ethnic cuisine

From left, Ray O'Canto, Jennifer Whitney and Aldo Escribens with Limon restaurantOne of the Central Valley’s best kept secrets will finally be shared when a new show premiering on ValleyPBS brings viewers into local restaurants for a look at some of the most authentic ethnic cuisine around.

Comcast: Central Valley a hotspot for Internet program

With among the highest poverty rates in the country, the Central Valley has been a boon for Comcast’s Internet Essentials program, offering high-speed Internet at a dramatically reduced price to low-income customers.

Lorenzo Neal joins 940 ESPN broadcast team

Former Fresno State running back and NFL veteran Lorenzo Neal has joined the 940 ESPN team. 

Wolfman Jack station being purchased

KMPH AM 840, the Modesto radio station popularized by DJ Wolfman Jack in George Lucas' "American Graffiti," is being purchased by nonprofit Immaculate Heart Radio to expand its presence in the Central Valley.