Information and Communications Technologies in the Spanish university radios in the period 2012-2016

<p></p><p>Abstract Information and Communications Technology has enabled the transition from a traditional two-way radio to another, democratic and collaborative, with greater reach possibilities. This study aims to analyze the evolution of the Spanish university stations through Information and Communications Technologies in the past five years. The methodological approaches pursued were: the interview as a means to obtain the necessary information, the development of an analytical tool, collecting data through observation and direct exploration, and comparative analysis of the data. The results are analyzed focusing on three issues: broadcasting, interactivity, and switch and adaptation to the Web. In conclusion, Information and Communications Technology has meant the survival of the radio phenomenon in Spain in the last five years. In fact, one can see a continuous evolution of the station universities, althouth it is not always positive, since they have not taken up every possible potential that Information and Communications Technology has in the environment 3.0.</p><p></p>