CRB silver lining could be boon for talk format, says Taylor
·Dec 6, 04:42 AM
From Mel Taylor’s “Local Media in a Web 2.0 World” blog: The looming rate increase for online Radio stations could have an unexpected positive effect. The talk format could explode online, as most online Radio stations will likely dump their major label music formats.
“So instead of music, we might just hear from ex-terrestrial DJ’s like Matt and Huggy . They were recently shown the door after 11 years on the air at WYSP, Philadelphia.
“Instead of just collecting an unemployment check, they took their show online, and started a regular Podcast…”
Click below to watch a mini-documentary on the DJ’s:
See this in Mel Taylor’s blog here
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