Money is the problem. Everybody wants it and nobody has it.
I think the radio stations are hard pressed to put someone in a booth to broadcast because they don't want to pay the money for it. They don't want to pay the air person and they don't want to pay the person back at the station required in most cases. Many of the stations around Shreveport seem to be computer operated. I can't say for sure as I just don't turn the radio on much anymore since I have Sirius and a USB port in my car.
Someone has to pay for it. Advertisers have to be had and I just don't think those dollars are really there. Schools are concerned that more people tuning in means less butts in the seats.
It used to frustrate me to no end that Evangel has nothing on the internet, when I was living in Austin. i wanted to hear the ECA games and that didn't happen often. Since I've moved back to Shreveport, it doesnt matter because I go to all the games now.
In Austin, I understood why there weren't more teams getting on the radio as there was a 5A team around every corner. The big name teams over there are all on the radio.
KEEL probably makes more money on regular programming than what they will make on a HS football game. The rest of those, I can't guess why they wouldn't broadcast unless it's just a dollars thing.
Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock.- Freud