What Is News and What Is News/Talk

(By Mike McVay) News is fact-based information. News/Talk is opinion about events, policies, and commentary about the news. The lines in most listeners minds are blurred.

Building Deeper Relationships With Your Clients

(By Loyd Ford) To truly reach beyond your competitors, you should consider how you are going to create a sense of community in association with you and your local radio brand or brands. Here are some tips on building relationships.

Are You Ready to Count Your Podcasting Cash?

If you want your unfair share of podcasting revenue set aside July 19th and 20th to join us. We'll be interviewing one successful money making podcaster after another. They will tell you how they turned their side hustle into a full-time career.

Humanize Radio

(By Randy Lane) The bad news for radio: downsizing continues, revenues haven’t caught up to pre-Covid levels, commercial loads remain too high, listenership is declining especially with young people, music has become commoditized, and our old medium isn’t considered cool anymore.


Are you hearing things about your market? Let us investigate. Radio Ink Magazine is the only 30-year-old trade magazine in the radio industry. That's the result of a lot of trust over those years. Send all news tips in total confidence, and any other station news to Radio Ink Editor Ed Ryan at [email protected].

Rubio Says No To Radio Tax

Appearing at the Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference Thursday, Senator Marco Rubio told attendees he would not support a new fee or tax on radio. That’s more good news for radio one day after NAB CEO Curtis LeGeyt said the NAB was winning its fight against musicFIRST.

A Handful of Congressman Support Zonecasting

They are not faces you often see on CNN or Fox News, and it's only ten names, but it's support nonetheless. Ten members of Congress have sent a letter of support for Zonecasting to FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel voicing their support for the technology.

All About Auto, Miami Style: Life Is Good, If Cars Are There

We’ve heard all the stories about supply chain issues, and have read the quarterly earnings reports from various radio broadcasting companies that reflect automotive ad dollar slowdowns. But, how are some of the top local deals in one of the biggest U.S. Hispanic markets faring? 

Is SoCal Hispanic Radio Getting its Fair Share?

It’s a question being asked by Meruelo Media, and was addressed at the final Hispanic Radio Conference panel held late Thursday in Miami.

Cataldi Opens Up

Long-time Philadelphia sports host Angelo Cataldi is retiring this December after 33 years on the air. He went on The Press Box podcast this week to talk about his time on the air, and his biggest fear; the cancel culture world we now live in.

Free Daily Radio News

Daily industry headlines plus breaking news bulletins.

Our Print Magazine: Radio Ink

June 6, 2022

Cover Q&A: Albert Rodriguez
The 2022 Medallas de Cortez Finalists 
Independent Operators Speak Out


Share via