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Teen Charged In Fatal DUI Crash Waives Hearing

McNicholasA Horsham teenager accused of crashing his car while driving drunk and killing two friends has moved closer to trial in Montgomery County Court. 19-Year-Old Connor McNicholas (pictured here) waived his preliminary hearing Monday.  His lawyer says they did not want grieving families to suffer more by hearing details of the crash.  He has pleaded not guilty to numerous offenses, including homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence.  Authorities say he had a blood alcohol level about 1 1/2 times the legal limit for adult drivers, or five times the legal limit for minors.  The crash, shortly before 1:30am on Saturday, August 6, killed Edward Coombs and Robert Nagel, both 19-year-old Hatboro-Horsham High School graduates.  Police Say McNicholas was driving at about 100 miles per hour when he ran his Honda Civic off of Witmer Road near Norristown Road in Horsham, striking several trees.  District Attorney Risa Ferman says the teens had attended a party where they were drinking alcohol, and police found open bottles of rum and brandy at the crash scene.

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WNPV AM 1440 AM/FM Radio Has More Daily Listening than All Other Audio Combined Source: John Potter, SVP/Professional Development, RAB Edison Research released results of their Share of Ear study at the Radio and Internet Newsletter (RAIN) Summit in Indianapolis on Tuesday, which took place prior to the 2014 Radio Show. The goal was to show all radio listening from a single source. Included were AM/FM radio, Internet radio, SiriusXM, and other audio sources. This was a national study conducted in May, 2014, online and offline, of persons 13+, in both English and Spanish. The sample base was 2,096. The methodology was diary based where respondents logged listening including platform, device, Internet radio brand, location (car, home or other), and type of element. The study shows AM/FM radio commands over half of Americans' share of time spent listening to audio sources: AM/FM radio -- 52.1% Owned music (CD's, digital music files...) -- 20.3% Internet radio music (Pandora, Spotify...) -- 11.6% SiriusXM -- 7.7% TV music channels -- 5.2% Podcasts -- 1.7% Other -- 1.5% More importantly, the study broke out audio listening of radio services and found AM/FM radio increased its lead over other audio sources: AM/FM radio --75.3% Pandora -- 9.2% SiriusXM -- 11.1% Other Internet radio -- 4.4% Daily reach for AM/FM radio is similar to other studies showing nearly 3 out of 4 Americans listen to AM/FM every day: • AM/FM radio --72% • Owned music (CDs, digital music files...) -- 39% • Internet radio music (Pandora, Spotify...) -- 26% • SiriusXM -- 13% • TV music channels -- 11% • Podcasts -- 5% The full study is available for purchase from http://www.edisonresearch.com.
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