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Memo To Radio: Your Mortal Enemy Is Now Your BFF

Cliché alert: radio’s been…please, stop me before I use the d-word…disrupted. (And if you think I’m now filled with self-loathing for using the word-that-should-have-jumped-the-shark-five-years-ago, you’re probably right.) That said, I’d like...

Radio Needs To Go Over The Top

Sometimes, one little piece of something bigger jumps out at you. This morning, I was reading a post about “radio’s digital future” from Fred Jacobs’ always interesting blog, and one thing made me want to smack my forehead. (Actually, it made...

A Good Goodbye Should Feel Heartbreaking

Goodbye old friend Incredibly sad. That’s what a good goodbye should feel like. Seriously. I’ve already shared my thoughts about the death of a media brand that I’ve loved and loved being part of. I’m writing this a couple hours after the 1pm...

Engagement 101: The Boss Answers To The Fans

One of the more remarkable things I’ve read lately is a piece that showed up in the New York Times last week in which Dean Baquet, the Times’ Executive Editor, answers questions from readers about changes to the way The Gray Lady is restructuring her...

A friend of mine sent me this incredibly entertaining Rolling Stone piece called “The Slow Death of the Great Wrestling Promo“. You should read it. Of course, you didn’t take your mother’s advice to eat your vegetables when you were growing up,...