Stern Stirs Up NAB Show

Schiffman, Marc
October 2004
Billboard;10/23/2004, Vol. 116 Issue 43, p63
Trade Publication
Focuses on issues discussed at the National Association of Broadcasters Radio Show in the U.S. Comment from Judy Ellis, COO of Citadel, on the move of Howard Stern to satellite radio; Discussion on the commercial time allotment in radio broadcasting; Conflict on decency standards for broadcasters and paid subscription services transmitted via cable and satellite.


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