Radio news for October 1st

Here are links to radio-related items from over the past few weeks…

“Audacy’s J.D. Crowley on Streaming Radio, Subscription Podcasts and the Future of Audio”

“Radio Still Works Best For Connecting Brands With Business Owners”

“Florida Broadcasters Carry On Amid Community Destruction: State association leader says radio is ‘the lifeline to the community'”

“In Puerto Rico, Radio Stations Cope With Fiona’s Aftermath: Challenges include lack of diesel fuel, studio flooding and broken STL connections”

“Nancy Barnes, SVP of news, to leave NPR”

“Townsquare Media Launches The Washington State News Network”

“BIA’s Top Billing Stations For 2021 Led By WTOP/Washington, Top Owners By Revenue Led By iHeartMedia”

“More Canadians listened to radio on-the-go this summer”

“BIN Promotes Andrea Coleman To VP/News Operations; Mike Stevens To Managing Editor”

“Miami’s ‘Ticket’ To Flip To Spanish Conservative Talk As ‘Radio Libre'”

“World College Radio Day is Oct. 7”

“KERA acquisition will shore up long-running Denton newspaper”

“Idaho Owner Iliad Media Group Will Transition To Employee Ownership”

“NJBA Claims Success in Daylight Saving Fight: Association says Rep. Frank Pallone ‘has effectively stopped the legislation'”

“Civic Media Continues Buying Spree with NE Wis. Stations”

“Luminate And Mediabase Announce A Wedding Of Their Data In Preparation For A New User Platform In 2023”

“Jacobs Sees ‘Constagflation’ in Public Radio: Consultant says the sector is losing its momentum”

“San Antonio’s KSYM Celebrates Two Local Stations’ 100th Anniversaries, While Reopening Its Own Studios”

“WHRO beefs up investigative coverage with nonprofit newsroom acquisition”

“Has the Smart Speaker Spurt Stopped? 8 takeaways from the Cumulus Media 2022 Audioscape Report”

“Stillwater Radio Station Returns License after 73 Years”

“WFAE Charlotte To Create Community Hub At New Uptown Location”

“Tribal radio station seeks a collaborative approach to reporting the news: KSUT hopes to continue expanding its listener base and reporting staff”

“Play Ode App Aggregates Black-Owned And Black-Targeted Radio”

“Cridland Spotlights Production Tools at Radiodays Asia: He promised attendees a display of ‘cool new tech’ and he delivered”

“‘The Radio Is A Bridge’: Inside The D.C. Area’s New Spanish Radio Station”

“National historic significance of early commercial radio recognized”

“Jim Russell, creator of ‘Marketplace,’ dies at 76”

“Pacifica Foundation can’t dodge $300,000 defamation award for fired executive”

“Zach Sang, the Ryan Seacrest of the Youth, Wants to Save Radio”

“Learn About WLAG, Precursor to WCCO: It signed on 100 years ago this month”

“Keeping Kids Excited About Radio”

“For leaders of small radio stations, the job is varied and so are the challenges”

“In Britain, sad music floods the airwaves as radio mourns the queen”

“What Is Sean Talking About? A Radio & Music Glossary”

We plan on posting similar roundups on a regular basis.