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   A Radio Management Magazine beginning in 1986

Radio Ink is a radio broadcasting industry trade magazine owned by Streamline Publishing. Radio Ink serves the management community of the radio industry in the United States and in 43 countries worldwide. The focus of the bi-weekly magazine is radio management and operations challenges facing commercial radio broadcasters.

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Radio Ink Magazine is a radio-industry trade publication that is published 12x a year for the radio management sector of the radio broadcasting industry. Its mission is to provide relevant management information, tips, and ideas for those operating radio stations. Radio Ink also produces free daily headlines, which are emailed Monday-Friday, and radio conferences, including Forecast and the Hispanic Radio Conference.

Radio Ink has become known for its industry leadership, controversial editorials, and its annual list issues, such as the “40 Most Powerful People in Radio” and “The Most Influential Women in Radio.” Radio Ink prides itself on creating change within the radio industry through the exposure of fresh ideas and leadership.

The history of Radio Ink dates back to 1986 at which time Eric Rhoads was operating a company that sold mobile broadcast studios to the radio industry. While marketing this company, he tried advertising in a little-known publication called The Pulse of Broadcasting.

Following a substantial campaign with the magazine, Rhoads decided to meet with the publisher to discuss why he had seen no measurable results. During the meeting, he learned that the publication was floundering and not mailing the number of issues it claimed.

After finding that the owners of the company were no longer committed to the publication, Rhoads met with the owners and negotiated an agreement to take ownership of the magazine. He immediately decided to reimage the publication, and it was renamed The Pulse of RADIO. But this effort was unsuccessful, as the reputation of the publication had been seriously tarnished by its past. So he renamed the magazine once again, using a name developed by mentor Dwight Case.

Radio Ink was born

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Radio Ink Issues
  1986 1987 1988 1989
  "Pulse of Radio" through 1992
Mar 21
Apr 25
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994
"Pulse of Radio" through 1992 Feb 3
Mar 27
Apr 12
July 26
Dec 13
 
    April Jan 3
Feb 28
Mar 14
Mar 28
Apr 25
May 9
May 23
Jun 6
Jun 20
Jul 11 (i)
Jul 25
Aug 8
Aug 22
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
Jan 16
Apr 10
Jul 10
75th Anniversary
Sep 4
Sep 4
Radio 1920-1995
Jan 15
Apr 8
Mar 3
Mar 17
Mar 31
Mar 16
Mar 30
Aug 31
Best PDs
Jan 4
Jan 18
Feb 15
Mar 15
Mar 29
Apr 12
Jul 19
Aug 30
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Apr 17 Sep 10
Oct 21
Sep 9
Oct 21
Nov 18
Jan 20
Mar 10
Mar 31
Jul 21
Aug 18
Sep 8
Sep 29
Feb 2
Feb 23
Apr 12
Jul 5
Aug 9
Sep 6
Sep 20
Dec 3
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Jan 3
Jan 17
Mar 1
Mar 7
Apr 11
Apr 25
May 9
Jul 4
Aug 1
Aug 15
Sep 19
Apr 24
May 11
Sep 18
Jan 8
Jan 22
Mar 19
Apr 9
Sep 17
  Jan 12
Jan 26
Mar 9
Apr 6
Apr 20
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Jun 7
Jun 21
Sep 6 (i)
Oct 4
Nov 1
Nov 15
       
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