Radio Ink

Halyburton to broadcasters: keep mobile devices, tablets in mind

Tuesday, December 20, 2011 - 11:35am

Dan HalyburtonEVP of McVay Cook and Associates Dan Halyburton today pens an article in Radio Ink advocating that broadcasters adapt to mobile devices with smaller screens.

He points to the "genius" simplicity of content aggregator apps like Fipboard and Zite as examples. "Contrast that to the average radio station web site," he writes.

You can read Halyburton's full article at Radio Ink here.

RAIN publisher Kurt Hanson and AccuRadio COO John Gehron moderate panels at radio summits this week

Wednesday, December 7, 2011 - 11:05am

Jacobs Media's Summit 16Today RAIN publisher and AccuRadio founder/CEO Kurt Hanson moderates the "Future of Radio Panel" at Jacobs Media's Summit 16 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Summit also includes speakers like radio futurologist James Cridland, WTOP VP of News and Programming Jim Farley and many others.

Head to Jacobs Media's website here to find out more.

Yesterday, AccuRadio COO John Gehron moderated the "Close-up on Revenue Initiatives -- Does Local Make 'Em Loyal? Or Is Bigger Better?" panel at Radio Ink's Forecast 2012 gathering.

You can find out more about Forecast 2012 from Radio Ink here.

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