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Radio Has Retreated From Marketing Itself



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(10/19/2012 9:41:12 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
While I appreciate Bruce's contention that radio needs to find ways to better market itself, there might be some worth to bringing up the point that radio had better start finding something to market.
By that I mean: any observer would be forgiven for stating the obvious that radio has made no efforts to improve either programming or creative for decades. To the contrary, radio has suppressed the improvements possible in both areas.
One might wonder if radio is being challenged with finding ways to better market a Lada,

- Ronald T. Robinson


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