Washington Post: Voices on the radio are a crucial part of life, but they’re being lost. Here’s how to fix that.

Washington Post: Voices on the radio are a crucial part of life, but they’re being lost. Here’s how to fix that. . “It starts with the voices. They reach us through softly modulated morning traffic and weather updates, arguments over sports on the drive home, nighttime recaps of the day’s political events chewed over by familiar radio hosts and their guests. They accompany us on long drives or short trips to the supermarket. They talk us to sleep at night and wake us up in the morning — and have been for almost a century. Radio’s voices are so seamlessly integrated into our lives that we habitually hear them without listening. Radio keeps us from being alone and keeps us from being lonely. And yet those voices are being lost.”