Updates from Austin TV and radio stations – and a whole lot more.

Radio ratings: Another win for Bob-FM

4:07 pm Apr. 23, 2015

Yet again, Austin’s No. 1 radio station is 103.5 Bob-FM.

The perennial frontrunner, known for its “We play anything” format, had a commanding lead in March, according to new ratings data from Nielsen.

Country cousins KASE 101

Storms knock 3 Austin TV stations off the air

12:36 am Apr. 19, 2015

Update: KXAN, KNVA and KBVO are back on the air.

Earlier: Heavy storms that hit Central Texas Saturday night knocked three TV stations off the air for several hours.

NBC affiliate KXAN, CW affiliate KNVA and MyNetworkTV affiliate KBVO lost both their main and backup power supplies shortly after 9 p.m., according to posts on Twitter.

The three stations, which are operated by Virginia-based Media General, share studios on West Martin Luther King

Deal keeps KXAN, KNVA, KBVO on Suddenlink lineup

3:33 pm Apr. 8, 2015

A last-minute deal has kept three Austin TV stations on the Suddenlink Communications lineup.

Without the newly signed retransmission agreement, the cable provider, which serves the Georgetown, Leander and Pflugerville areas, would have been forced to

ATX Television Festival adds panels, guests

11:55 am Apr. 7, 2015

The ATX Television Festival is just around the corner, and the announcements keep on coming.

A farewell to FX’s “Justified” has been added, as well as a panel with producers and cast from “Boy Meets World”

Austin TV station to simulcast popular radio show

3:29 pm Apr. 6, 2015

Austin UniMás station KFTO Channel 31 is now carrying a simulcast of a popular Spanish-language radio show.

“El Show de Raul Brindis” (“The Raul Brindis Show”) can be seen weekdays from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.