"In a recent survey, Nielsen Media Research found that AM radio still reaches over 82.3 million Americans on a monthly basis"
"Remember what we are fighting here. No one wants to outlaw AM radio."
"Nobody can argue that mobile phones aren’t more convenient and can stream or provide pods, but your AM radio station stands out in a digital crowd."
“Frankly, we weren't waiting around to see what would happen with the AM band.”
"When the cell phone runs out, the internet gets cut off, or the television doesn’t work because of no electricity or power to your house, you...
The disappearance of the AM band, the new realities of audience reporting, our relationship with social media. The future of radio is a bit of a...
"Broadcast AM radio remains a crucial, cost-free source of news, sports, and weather, and, more importantly, is an essential medium for public safety officials."
Where are we and where are we going? What is keeping or will keep terrestrial radio on the airwaves?
"Fewer people listening for less time is a dangerous combination and should be a flashing red light that dramatic action is necessary."
In most buildings, talent are conditioned to think about the here and now. They’re consumed with creating content, watching and reading about sports and other topical...