Radio Towers Gone in Ten Years: Win, Lose or Draw for Social Media?

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Though not as widely covered as some of the other speakers at D8, Vivian Schiller, president of NPR, made a few heads spin with her statement that Internet radio will take the place of terrestrial radio within ten years. One would be hard pressed to find another major executive at an “over-the-air” broadcaster who would cede the airwaves, much less put a date on the towers going dark.

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