Ken Mills, former PRI staffer and now head of the Ken Mills Agency working with public radio stations and program producers, has published the “2007 KMA Public & Noncommercial Radio Station Directory.”
The research took about five months, he tells me, and the tome includes information on all four types of noncoms: public, community, college and religious. Jim Duncan from Duncan’s American Radio was one of his key advisors for the project.
The result is detailed information about 1,158 noncommercial radio stations, with dial guides for 249 U.S. radio markets, including contacts (such as engineers, in many cases), financial data and HD Radio status.
Also included are station “Spotlights,” vignettes meant to “show that terrestrial radio is alive, well and growing on the noncom side of the dial.”
Check it out at www.kenmillsagency.com.