'Talkers' publisher predicts future death of radio

Talkers Magazine, Nickelodeon, PBS

Talkers Magazine, Nickelodeon, PBS


The Financial Times changes its policy to allow anyone to access 30 stories per month online for free

Talkers Magazine publisher Michael Harrison predicts the death of traditional AM and FM radio in the next 15 years in a bracing speech to radio industry employees

Nickelodeon goes dark for three hours on a Saturday, broadcasting only a message that encourages kids to go outside and play


PBS ombudsman Michael Getler raps the network for using an obscure measurement technique to inflate its viewership numbers on the new documentary The War

Sixty St. Louis Post-Dispatch staffers leave in an early retirement offer at the financially challenged paper

The Times of London runs a story covering a New York City newsstand that stopped selling papers because profit margins were too low and the hassle too much

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