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Radio—Yes, Terrestrial Radio—Is the No. 1 Medium In Terms of Reach

On August 1, 1981 at 12:01 a.m., MTV played its first music video on the air, marking the so-called beginning of the end for radio. The video—appropriately selected for the occasion and the predicted impending doom for the long-lived medium—was The Buggles’ 1978 hit “Video Killed the Radio Star.” 941 more words

National Post Radio: Conservatives and Liberals 'more nervous than a cat in a room full of rocking chairs'

Recent polls suggest that the NDP is on the march. Momentum is building in favour of party leader Thomas Mulcair, a dramatic shift in the electoral landscape that is making the governing Conservatives and the flailing Liberals “more nervous than a cat in a room full of rocking chairs,” according to National Post columnist Jon Ivison. 32 more words

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Good Vibrations and New Car Smell

Hubby turns 40 next month.  We have been talking about getting him a new truck for a while, but life has been super busy.  Well, I found one and bought it for him. 74 more words

Life

The Last DJ: SiriusXM

As they say about anything addictive, the first taste is free.

When we bought a new car a few months ago, it came with a three-month trial subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio. 536 more words

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When Pigs Fly ... It could happen.

Hmmmm … Was it years ago or simply just a few weeks ago?

That’s when I heard my “dear friend” say, “Yeah, yeah … You’ll become a published author and be interviewed on the radio — When pigs fly!” 172 more words

Communication

Satellite Radio

Satellite radio is often considered one of the biggest improvements in broadcasting since the introduction of the FM band. Satellite radio is also called subscription radio or pay-radio because it is only available trough subscription to one of the satellite radio providing companies. 530 more words

How We’d Spec It: Yes, Basic Jeep Wranglers Still Exist in 2015

In light of Jeep’s recent forays into crossover-dom—see the Renegade and Cherokee, please—we’ve been hit hard with nostalgia for the brand’s good ol’ days. You know, the ones filled with solid axles, real four-wheel drive with low-range gearing, and manly stick-shift transmissions. 712 more words

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