Friday May 29, 2020

Will technology kill the radio star?

If the Irish radio industry doesn’t move with the times, there may as well be radio silence

24th January, 2017
Radio nowhere? Pic: iStock

Video might not have killed the radio star, but radio will kill itself unless itinvests in technology.

My walk to work takes about 20 minutes and I like to listen to the radio duringthat walk. This was never a struggle, until I got a new phone. Up to now, my phones always had an FM radio. My new phone does not so I have to rely on apps to get my radio fix and it...

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