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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

The Post-Election News of 2013

The Presidential Election of 2012 may be over, along with its debates and differing points of view, but the issues of the 2012 election are just beginning to take on life and play out in the daily local and national newscasts of 2013. Several organizations, including the Poynter Institute, have completed studies on some of the important READ MORE »

Monday, May 14, 2012

DOWN TO BRASS TACKS: WHAT’S REALLY WORKING FOR RADIO?

In April 2012, we once again tapped into radio’s collective brain power, surveying stations about what topics and themes have been driving station coverage for the last year.  We also probed content preferences, an area we touched on in our Winter 2011 survey.  Seventy-five news and talk stations representing the top-50 media markets graciously gave READ MORE »

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Two-Thirds of Radio Newsrooms Impacted by the Economic Downturn

A recent survey conducted of radio newsrooms in the top-50 markets reveals that 66% of radio stations report that their station has been affected by the economic downturn. Of those experiencing the impact of the tough economy, nearly 70% say they have laid off workers and cut their staff size, while more than 15% of stations READ MORE »

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Utilizing Radio in a Tough Economy

Everyday the news provides us with more stories about how things are tough all over for many Americans.  And, with not a lot of news of a turnaround any time soon, all of us from Main Street to Wall Street are making sure we are using our resources wisely and getting the biggest bank for READ MORE »

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