The (Slow) Death of Radio, Redux

16 Oct ’06

More stats from the NYT on radio’s irrelevantization (?). Two culprits: attention for earshare (but we knew that already), and radio’s failure to pursue the young – is this the inevitable result of much of radio’s decision in the last 20 years to focus its attention on talk radio and the ‘middle-class middle-aged angry-white-male’ demographic? Update: Good grief – my friend and fellow meshie Stuart is a case-in-point.

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