Radio news for January 7th

Here are many radio-related items from over the past month…

“Who Had the Hits In 2022?”

“Radio by the (FCC) Numbers: We sifted through the commission’s 2022 marketplace report so you don’t have to”

“Classic Rock, Classic Hits, Contemporary Christian Grew Their Footprint In 2022”

“8 Misconceptions Brands Have About Radio: In a new report, Cumulus Media says ‘the prevailing narrative is wrong'”

“Radio Still Safe Bet For Advertisers, Says eMarketer Report”

“LeGeyt Raises the Volume on Radio: Association leader talks with Radio World about his first year on the job”

“Alpha Media Moves To Become 100% Foreign-Owned”

“CRTC allows broadcasters to operate one more FM, upholds CanCon requirements”

“Inside iHeartMedia’s Expansion Into the Metaverse: Tokens, immersive gaming, podcasts and digital concerts are all part of iHeartLand”

“Broadcasters, Listeners Push Back On Removing AM Radio From Some Cars, Trucks”

“Audacy Launches Year-Long 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop Campaign”

“Digital Audio Listeners Expected To Top 225 Million This Year”

“Americans Spend More Time Listening Via Mobile Devices: Since 2014, smartphones have slowly been edging out traditional radio hardware, says Edison Research”

“Inside Radio Q&A: Jeff Smulyan’s ‘Rollercoaster’ Of A Career”

“Walter Ulloa of Entravision Dies at Age 74: ‘An outstanding ambassador for Spanish-language television and radio'”

“Midwest Communications Founder Duke Wright Dies at 83”

“Remembering Norm Pattiz, Entrepreneur Who Revolutionized Syndicated Radio”

“Remembering syndicated radio pioneer Norm Pattiz of Westwood One”

“Music Row Loses Its Mayor: Charlie Monk Dies At 84”

“Spirit of College Radio Awards Announced: 2022 recipients include STUD Radio in Ukraine”

“National Press Club and NYF Radio Awards Create New Audio Journalism Award”

“Numeris fall 2022 PPM insights reveal slight bump in out-of-home tuning”

“At WTOP, a Multitude of Incoming Channels: Big Hubbard news outlet must manage a proliferation of remote sources”

“Rollout of NPR Network donations tests more than the public radio giving experience”

“Audiences Crave More, Says Journalist After Taliban Blocks VOA Radio”

“Macon’s first radio station started 100 years ago at Mercer”

“WGY — A Centennial Radio Station: Born in the cradle of broadcast technology”

“How public radio stations can serve deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences”

“KMQX Dallas Broadcasts From Studio Donated By Bob Kingsley Estate”

“One Broadcast Engineer’s Effort to Send Radios to Ukraine: 20 radios are already on the way with a GoFundMe started to send even more”

“Golden Age of Cold War Radio Offers Lessons Today in Russia”

“115 Upper Midwest All-Christmas Flips This Season”

“Whitehorse’s community station enters 20th year on the air: CJUC first hit the airwaves in early 2003”

“Explore the RadioLand App: For Nick Langan, an FM station location app was a perfect software project”

“Amherst radio station, now also broadcasting in FM, nears 50-year milestone”

“A Small Wyoming Town Is Showing The Big Appeal Of Radio Endures”

“First Nation in Dawson hits the airwaves to get community updates out faster”

“Colorado Prison Radio Puts Content First: Inside Wire is an online, statewide prison radio station”

“WDOH marks golden anniversary”

“Burning Man Builds A City In The Desert Every Summer. Now It Has Its Own Radio Station.”

“Indigenous-owned radio station begins broadcasting in Vancouver”

“Jefferson High School’s radio station celebrates half-century”

“Elko High School Explores the Magic of the Mind: Nevada radio morning personality helps students embrace the power of radio”

“NPR’s ‘World Cafe’ Affiliates Pick 2022’s Best Songs”

“Nerdy Things You Might Not Have Known About Legal ID’s”