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Salem Communications CEO Ed Atsinger is Christian Conservative Power



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If anyone other than the esteemed and admired Mr. Atsinger had offered those two justifications for the current state of terra-radio, I have to wonder if those same propositions would not be openly and aggressively challenged.

The other-media technologies didn't happen in a vacuum. Radio had (and has) every opportunity to consider the ramifications of not adjusting its own model-of-communications, and either disregarded the evidence or tragically failed at responding effectively.

Mr. Atsinger's supposition that radio does, in fact have a "story" is to my mind, no more than a wild assertion based, perhaps, on his corporation that, ostensibly, broadcasts to an already captive audience.

I look forward to the "rest of the story" in the hard copy edition of Radio Ink.

- Ronald T. Robinson

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