Idaho Radio News is an up-tempo, active look at the Idaho radio industry.
Primarily focused on the Boise market, the site covers every aspect of that sound you hear on the local airwaves. From ratings, to personnel changes to the latest stunt – IRN works to cover every aspect of Gem State radio.
The site is designed to give the radio insider vital knowledge – while still being accessible to the casual listener. The site displays more than 13,000 pageviews each month (June 2009, Google Analytics), including people who check it every day – and folks who stumble on a juicy item in a Google search.
The blog’s content is supported by an active community of folks share their thoughts in comments each day. Well-known radio personalities mix with anonymous writers â€“ providing a lively take on the latest news.
Boise television news producer Don Day started the blog on a whim in September 2003, and can’t seem to quit the habit. He works for KTVB-TV (who graciously allow him to write the blog), and produces a wide variety of content for the station, both for television and online consumption. His primary responsibility is the design, content and day-to-day production of KTVB.COM and ZIdaho.com. Opinions you may find here are his alone – and aren’t necessarily those of KTVB. This is his own deal and is separate from the day job.
His online work has garnered several Idaho Press Club awards, regional Edward R. Murrow award, and has been voted “best website” by the readers of the Idaho Statesman. He has also received the “Best Newscast” award from the Idaho State Broadcasters Association.
Contact Don at email@example.com