As much as I hate to admit, radio is dead. People increasingly want to stream rather than tune in. Although I could digress into how radio killed itself, that isn’t the point — it is how it is. If one takes a closer look at the phenomenon, however, it isn’t uncommon. Each technology-based medium seems to go through this kind of evolutionary step of rise and fall. What is sad, however, is when leadership (who has seen the inevitable for over a decade) chooses a path of active denial. It didn’t work for Kodak and it won’t work for NPR. http://engt.co/1Rt65wc

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