To find media’s future, look at radio’s past
James Cridland

If only most radio weren’t so irredeemably awful and amateurish, not to mention almost totally lacking in imagination when it comes to exploiting the medium’s full potential.

It may not be going away anytime soon, bit with too few exceptions, it’s not exactly getting better — nor is it in any position to show us the way to the future of media. God forbid.

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