Is radio dying?

In February 2014, a church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, called Iglesia De Restauraction, El Monte De Los Olivos opened a radio station. Just four years later, the FCC cancelled its license to operate KHVJ-LP, a low-power FM station, because it had stopped broadcasting. The radio station had gone completely silent at some point prior to October 2016.

Some, like Larry S. Miller, would say that the story of KHVJ-LP is a clear sign that traditional radio is dying.