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Left on the dial: With young people trading AM/FM for streaming, will radio find a home in your next car?

Submitted by on April 18, 2016 – 2:35 pm

"The decline in commercial U.S. radio stocks appears to be “partially driven by a belief that things are changing rather faster than they actually are,”James Cridland, a radio analyst (and “radio futurologist”) based in Australia, told me."

Read more here via Nieman Lab.

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