[JPL] jazzweek summit -- are new technologies replacing traditional radio

mfa - jazz radio promotion & publicity MitchellFeldmanAssociates at Comcast.net
Tue Feb 19 17:39:25 EST 2008


Hi BH -

Your neighbor and colleague Bob Rogers has a TON to say about the  
state of traditional radio today.

Best,

Mitchell
[JPL] jazzweek summit

Hudson, B.H. bhhudson at NCCU.EDU
Tue Feb 19 13:31:28 EST 2008
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how about a session on listener trends for public radio. this seems to  
be changing as more and more listeners are spending less time  
listening. how do we build loyal listeners when the public radio trend  
is for other technologies to deliver content and music?
Is radio a delivery system now? how about 2nd streams, podcasts, etc.?  
where does traditional radio fit in?
BH Hudson
WNCU
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