Local radio and television broadcasters continually develop and invest in new technologies that allow them to provide the news, entertainment and emergency information viewers and listeners rely on every day. Through innovation, local broadcasters keep communities safe, informed and entertained. With social media, over-the-air broadcasts, internet services, mobile applications and other emerging technologies, broadcast innovators are able to identify and create new opportunities to deliver these services to their communities.

iHeartRadio and Alexa

"Within five years, voice will be ubiquitous,” says Steven Radley, SVP Product Innovation at iHeartRadio. In this Innovation Story, Radley explains how the iHeartRadio app has expanded to smart speaker platforms like Alexa [...]

NPG and Next Gen TV

Jim DeChant, the VP of Technology at News-Press Gazette talks about the benefits of Next Gen TV, and the ways that NPG are planning to implement the standard.

KSL NewsRadio: Radio You Can See

Bonneville’s KSL Newsradio in Salt Lake City has defied the longstanding definition of traditional news radio by expanding into video. KSL broadcasts “radio you can see” live from its studio, which is equipped [...]

Raycom News Network

The Raycom News Network (RNN) Digital Hub is a national news service headquartered at Raycom Media’s Montgomery, Ala., headquarters. The 24/7 operation creates and structures national and regional digital content to digital platforms run by [...]

WNYC Goes Heavy into Podcasting

Rather than cede to audio streams and downloads, WNYC-FM, New York’s powerhouse public radio station, invested heavily in producing podcasts of its own. The 2015 creation of WNYC Studios has given rise to “The New [...]