Headlines for 5/10/13

State of listening: radio still hugely popular
The perception among some circles may be that Millennials have abandoned radio, but that couldn’t be further from the truth according to an extensive new study. The State of Listening in America report finds radio remains more relatable, more community-focused, and more human than other media, factors that result in its continued strong usage. [Inside Radio]

CW Orders 4 Dramas; Renews ‘Carrie Diaries,’ ‘Nikita’
CW has joined the series pickup fray, giving greenlights to four dramas: “Tomorrow People,” “The 100,” “Reign” and “Star-Crossed.” [Variety]

NBC Renews ‘Parks and Recreation,’ Cancels 4 Bubble Laffers
NBC has renewed “Parks and Recreation” for a sixth season. Pickup was expected though there has been speculation that the upcoming season will be the last for Leslie Knope and Co. Creator Michael Schur will turn some of his attention next season to launching “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” for Fox. [Variety]

Fox Cancels 'Touch'
Despite its second-season creative reboot, the Kiefer Sutherland starrer will not continue on for a third season. [The Hollywood Reporter]


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