Looks like Houston will get a full-time Classical station fairly soon, not though without some consternation and birth pains. According to a University of Houston news release, the Board of Regents voted to buy Rice University’s student-run radio station, 50,000 watt KTRU for $9.5-million, If approved by the Feds it would end the station’s student-driven […]
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Some surprising statistics from a Jan. 19 post in radio-info.com. Look carefully at where the real revenue is. I would say radio is not dead yet!
To give or not to give, that is the question. Not-for-profit radio stations around the country are entering into the spring fund-raising season, facing the same challenges as last year and the year before that, and the year before that. The perennial challenge is engaging the listener in a conversation about the relevance of the […]
WETS, a real stalwart on the classical scene for 34 years is switching over its weekdays to all talk, according to station manager Wayne Winkler. You can read about it here. Winkler says you can get music from so many sources: CDs, MP3 players, satellite radio…