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Radio Ink Magazine

Radio Ink Magazine September 7, 2020

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4 min
radio furnishes results for fine furniture

Columbia, South Carolina, is one of the fastest-growing areas in America. The capital of the Palmetto State has seen an influx of news population and growth in new home sales. Rob Pinion, owner of Sugar Creek Amish Furniture, says that and a number of other factors makes the “Soda City” a great location for his business. Soda City? No, no cola brands are made in Columbia, but a while back its U.S. Postal Service abbreviation was “Cola.” It’s a moniker the locals like — locals like Midlands Media Group. MMG has fully embraced the branding opportunity with projects like Cola Daily, a news/lifestyle website, Cola Daily Deals, a local business aggregation website with discounted deals; and Fizz — Soda City Music, an online radio station with an eclectic mix of music from…

18 min
keeping radio connected in the car

With everyone dealing with and working through the ways COVID-19 has affected them in 2020, we haven’t heard a lot of chatter about the battle for that very valuable space on the dashboards of automobiles lately. It’s still a battle, with technology improving all the time, tech companies looking for ways to push radio around, and consumers wanting their entertainment easily and quickly. One person who’s been fighting the good fight for the radio industry when it comes to technology in the automobile is Xperi Senior Vice President of Broadcast Radio Joe D’Angelo. He's been working with the industry and the automotive world to keep radio competitive in the car. And he’s been working on things that will benefit radio that you might not even have known about. In our cover story…