Radio Ink Magazine


Over the past year, the radio industry has constructed some amazing new facilities all across the country, and Radio Ink has been lucky enough to get a glimpse at many of them. Whether it’s Entercom’s new entertainment space in the major market of Los Angeles, or WHIN’s brand new studios in tiny Hendersonville, Tennessee, radio stations are spending money on new digs and they are moving their stations to highly visible locations in their communities.

Here is part one of our 2020 special report on Radio’s Fantastic Facilities (part two will appear in our next issue).


Midwestern Broadcasting Co.  Traverse City, Michigan

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