Unlike traditional broadcast radio, online radio is not limited to a certain location. This means you can listen to your favorite stations anywhere and anytime.

You don't have to shell out thousands of dollars to start a radio station. All you need is a computer, a decent microphone and a server with streaming capabilities. You can even start your radio station in your own garage.

You can also use the power of the Internet to increase your return on advertising campaigns. If you're a blogger, you might consider using radio to promote your site. It's a great way to reach a new audience.

You can also take advantage of social media to create a buzz around your radio station. You can tag influencers and collaborators in your show to help increase visibility and reach.

Another useful radio trick is to record your own podcasts. You can then download them for offline listening. A similar feature is Bluetooth, which allows you to connect to different sound systems.

You can also use playout automation software to transcode audio streams for immediate playback. There are also digital recording programs, such as Audacity, which can be useful for creating radio shows.

However, there is one radio technology that does not get a lot of attention. That is amplitude modulation (AM Radio). This technology first came into existence in 1906, but it had some drawbacks.

This isn't a good reason to turn off the radio. You can still listen to your favorite stations while driving.