The Sorry State of Radio Station Websites, article on GCN by Michael W. Dean

For the past two months, I’ve spent about ten hours a day looking at every talk radio station Website in America, compiling contact info.

I have not only looked at your station’s Website, I’ve looked at several pages of your station’s Website. And I took notes. There are a lot of things wrong with a lot of radio station Websites….

(….read more on Genesis Communications Network site, HERE.)

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3 Responses to The Sorry State of Radio Station Websites, article on GCN by Michael W. Dean

  1. Mark

    I haven’t looked at radio station websites, but I have seen clunky and dysfunctional websites which make it hard for me to find what I was looking for. These days, there is no excuse for such things.

  2. Michigan Escapee

    You know what the blurb for the article is going to be right ? “Anarchist tells radio stations that their web sights need to conform to a standard!”

    What ? You mean you want them to put their same station ID info as on their broadcast license on the Interwebs ? And to pay $40-$80 a year for web hosting ?

    Next thing you’ll be saying they should hardwire all their fluorescent bulbs around
    the transmitter room to grid power or something crazy. ;)

    • MWD

      “Anarchist tells radio stations that their web sights need to conform to a standard!”

      lol.

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