Radio cos. scramble as listeners tune out

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The New York Times looks at commercial radio’s efforts to counteract the industry’s flagging fortunes as listeners increasingly opt for iPods, satellite and other music options. “Over the last three years, the stocks of the five largest publicly traded radio companies are down between 30 percent and 60 percent as investors wonder when the industry will bottom out,” the paper reports.

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