You'll hear listener complaints that FM radio station's don't always keep up with technology, but some Houston radio stations are trying to change that.
Starting today, 93Q KKBQ is offering Q On Demand. The radio station's audience will have a chance to choose their favorite songs and get texted or emailed when they are coming on the air.
Houston Cox Media Group Vice President/Market Manager Mark Krieschen tells mikemcguff.com that the company has been excited by the feedback from KGLK's 3pm segment and is looking forward to the reaction from KKBQ's new Q On Demand.
Krieschen tells me a Cox station in Tampa, WSUN 97X is programmed by the audience throughout the day.