• Aaron Read

    “People don’t really own radios anymore”??? What is this nonsense? 92% of all public radio content is still consumed via traditional AM & FM broadcasting.

    I really wish the digital illuminati, or “digerrati”, that are getting so common in public radio…and it seems inordinately prevalent at TAL (likely due to their NYC location)…would stop having this attitude that because THEY think AM/FM is dead that it must automatically be true for everyone. Yes, a lot of listening is still done in the car. Guess what, Millennials are buying more cars! The rumors of radio’s death in Gen Y are greatly exaggerated.


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