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(8/19/2013 1:47:57 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Is this article a farce? Is she for real? What kid is asking his parents to "turn on his favorite CHR station on their way to school"? Look around you. Kids are on their SMARTPHONES. They want ON DEMAND. And kids are your future. Without them, there is no future for radio.

Radio is over. You can continue to bury your head in the sand or face the reality and find new creative ways to address it.

- Jeff Ryan
(6/27/2013 9:27:20 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Kudos to you Mary Beth! You are spot on! As a family, we own Connecticut School of Broadcasting and we recently bought another radio station. We love radio, train our students in radio [along with other parts of the industry] and complement all of this by embracing the digital side of the industry with social marketing etc.
Your points hit a home run.

- Missy Robinson
(6/26/2013 5:56:03 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Bravo MB. The real story is how strong radio still is since there are so many more choices. The simple fact is technology has changed but people haven't. And most people want the familiar and comfortable and radio serves that up very nicely - for FREE! Add a curator that they like and you have a recipe for success. The people who want more that what we offer bought 8Tracks/CD's/MP3,etc over the years. Pandora/XM/Spodify/Rhapsody compete there, not with Radio.
- Realist
(6/26/2013 2:55:20 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
TV did not kill radio. Cable did not kill TV. Satellite did not kill terrestrial. And the internet is not killing anything either. Everybody wants to be there when the flag-draped caisson goes slowly past. Go ahead and hold your breath. Radio is not dead. It doesn't even have a skinned knee. But the new media types who don't understand the brand or the medium would love to move on. Radio's biggest threat comes from know-nothing insiders who are drinking the new media kool-aid.

- Ed K.

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