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Radio is seeing some signs of life. Spot ad revenues are up this year by almost as much as they were down last year - ahead some 7% through June, according to the Radio Adve" />
Radio is seeing some signs of life. Spot ad revenues are up this year by almost as much as they were down last year - ahead some 7% through June, according to the Radio Adve" />

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RADIO: NO LONGER STATIC By LAUREEN MILE

Radio is seeing some signs of life. Spot ad revenues are up this year by almost as much as they were down last year - ahead some 7% through June, according to the Radio Adve

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Industry reps, meanwhile, are doing everything they can to continue the growth, outlining a strategy to boost radio’s image: Listen to advertisers and agencies – and sell the hell out of the medium.
There’s the new Visine campaign, for instance, designed by Interep Radio Store, an industry rep firm, to pump ads into communities across the country when pollen counts hit the roof.

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