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Les Nessman Sucks

You’d think the stodgy radio industry would learn from the success of John Stewart. Is John credible? Who cares! He’s thought provoking and funny. In all likelihood, your delivery is too formal. 73 more words

7 Components of Today's Radio: A Quick PD Checklist

As part of her “Radio Matters” presentation at the 2015 Nielsen Total Audio Conference, the RAB’s Erica Farber shared this slide about radio’s composition. 45 more words

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"Back When Radio Was Good" - A Week with Beats 1

Initial reviews of Beats 1 have ranged from “brilliant” and “meh,” but many who’ve written about it – pro Beats 1 or not – have taken the opportunity to snipe at radio: “Beats 1 sounds like radio used to sound when it was good.” Or, “will Beats 1 make radio cool again?” 629 more words

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What ever happened to good old radio……my first love.

I have always been a huge fan of radio. I have firmly believed that it is one of the most powerful mediums to disseminate information and a form of entertainment. 564 more words


Taking a Bite out of a Market Leader: What a Sandwich Chain Can Teach Us

Taking a bite out of a market leader

Shifts in listener and consumer loyalty happen all the time but they always seem newsworthy when “suddenly” a top performer is dethroned. 314 more words

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Keep Summer Listeners Coming Back: 5 Retail Tactics For Your Station

“Summer vacation” – who doesn’t think that sounds like a good idea?

Just don’t start too soon if you’re in radio – and especially if you’re in Country Radio.  293 more words

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