The survey findings underscore the personal relationship radio has with its listeners.
The Bob Paquette Microphone Museum in Milwaukee loaned vintage mics as models for a statue of Winston Churchill at the Churchill Museum in Fulton, MO.
Radio works of art from the Golden Age of radio.
By 2015, BIA/Kelsey expects 30 percent of search volume will be local in nature.
The National Spot Radio Market is pacing up 1.4 percent in 2011's second quarter compared to the same period last year.
In one year, network radio increased its weekly reach among persons aged 12 and older by more than 3.5 million listeners.
A national Web poll shows an impressive trend in media usage and gadget acquisition.
BIA/Kelsey estimates that station billed more than $57 million, providing news and information to its local market in a year with significant political and economic news to report.
BIA/Kelsey expects 2011 radio industry revenues to rise a moderate 3.7 percent, and 2012's election year to bump up revenues 4.5 percent.
While the Japan Earthquake is in the news today, the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake is still being dealt with. We look at the role media played in that tragic event.
Manx Radio, a commercial radio station on the Isle of Man, ordered several MX6/3 mixers in 1977.
Younger adults are leading the way in increased mobility, preferring laptops to desktops and using cell phones for a variety of functions, including Internet, e-mail, music, games and video.
Vern Thompson sends Radio magazine a pic from his college days.
Little has changed in the rankings since 2009, although Media Monitors chose to include the HD Digital Radio Alliance this year.
Some of the wonderful art on Art Weinerman's vintage radio art website.
Which NPR formats are gaining popularity? Which are losing?
A recent survey looks at stations' plans for the next source of revenue generation.
We look back at some classic mics.
A three-country online survey conducted by Vision Critical outlined the beginning of important changes to in-car media usage, many of which have a potential impact on radio.
Mike Moore has been in the radio business for 50 years.
The results Harris poll show that a sizeable majority of American cell phone users would like the ability to listen to radio stations through their mobile phone.
Rod Hogg contacted us about his Fansteel Balkite B-180 power supply after seeing the Fansteel ad in our July 2009 Do You Remember column.
The BIA/Kelsey predictions for radio revenue growth have been adjusted slightly upward.
This online radio station that will feature unabridged, multicast audiobooks of pulp fiction short stories and books written by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1930s and 1940s, for free.
Tim Cocodiscusses the construction and growth of the AM/FM combo station between 1947 and the early 1980s.