Radio news for December 3rd

Here are several new radio-related stories from the past week or so…

“Format Counts: Country And News/Talk Still Lead, While ‘Classic’ Stations Show Best Growth Trends”

“Survey finds noncommercial radio stations outpace commercial counterparts in newsroom diversity”

“RTDNA Says Minority Representation In Radio Newsrooms Hits Record Highs”

“Nielsen: Radio Still Best Way to Reach Hispanic Audience”

“NPR Imposes Hiring Freeze, Plans To Cut $10M From Annual Budget”

“Edison Research Looks At Growth In Listening To AM/FM Via Streaming”

“Report: SiriusXM Facing Layoffs As Subscriber Growth Slows”

“Taliban bans radio broadcasts of VOA and RFE/RL in Afghanistan”

“Where VOA’s Broadcast Infrastructure Stands Today: Shortwave retains a role in serving particularly difficult-to-reach audiences”

“Syracuse University’s ‘Z89 Radio’ Celebrates 50th Anniversary With Alumni Podcast”

“New Society Celebrates ‘College Radio for Life’: Organizers hope to involve ‘the many generations of college radio alumni in the country'”

“Luminate: 2022’s Total Music Streams Have Already Hit The Trillion Mark”

“Reimagined ‘Q with Tom Power,’ new CBC Podcasts unveiled as part of public broadcaster’s winter slate”

“In Some Markets, It’s Beginning To Sound A Lot Like Country Christmas”

“One-man radio station in shadow of Mount Shasta keeps the rock rollin'”

“Opioid problem knocked St. Louis radio host John Carney off air for month”