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Tuesday, September 08, 2015

State of Houston radio podcast

What are your thoughts on the state of Houston radio? Love it? Hate it? Feel "meh" about it?

Below is audio of my appearance on Houston Public Media 88.7 KUHF's Houston Matters where we talked the state of Houston radio:

Dayna Steele
Dayna Steele
Amid technological advances, format changes, and frequencies bought and sold, the radio industry is constantly in flux. The rise of streaming, HD Radio, podcasts, and satellite radio all available on demand have provided listeners more choices than ever. What does it all mean for radio in Greater Houston today and in the future?

We ask three guests for their take on the state of Houston radio, and where it's headed. We welcome your questions and comments for Houston-based media blogger Mike McGuff, former longtime Houston radio personality and CEO Dayna Steele, and afternoon drive host and Assistant Program Director Scott Sparks from classic rock station The Eagle (KGLK 106.9 and 107.5 FM).

We also talk with Houston Public Media GM Lisa Shumate about the decision to put 91.7 FM up for sale while keeping Houston Public Media's 24-hour classical service on 88.7 FM HD-2 and streamed online.

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1 comment:

  1. Clear Channel and their ilk with their strict genre formats and top 100 playlists have made music on the radio boring.


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