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How radio touched lives in 2013: Our top stories of 2013 (plus ones you might have missed)

Radio Survivor's Top Stories of 2013It’s always fascinating to review our stats to see what stories are most popular. Every year one of our most read posts is Jennifer’s review of stations playing the Thanksgiving classic “Alice’s Restaurant” on turkey day. In 2012 it was our 2nd most popular story of the year, and in 2013 it was number 1.

This story is just one example of how much widespread love and affection there is for radio, and how this century-old medium still touches people’s lives. That’s why we continue to publish Radio Survivor. As we approach our fifth anniversary we still have so much work to do, covering this most intimate medium and how it affects our lives, civically, artistically, politically and personally.

We list the rest of our top stories of 2013 in this week’s edition of the Radio Survivor Bulletin, our weekly email newsletter. You can read this issue on the web, too, where you’ll also find some important stories from the last year that you might have missed.

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