Radio Execs Battle 'Bad Rap'

Dillard, Skip; Hall, Dana; Ross, Sean; Schiffman, Marc; Stark, Phyllis; Teitelman., Bram
February 2003
Billboard;2/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 8, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses how radio programming practices were defended at the Billboard/Airplay Monitor Radio Seminar. Consideration of how independent promotions, voice-tracking, and consolidation have effected the consumer press; Disaffection of the public with radio's music policies; Decline in the rates of time spend listening (TSL); Views of Jordan Levin with regard to radio research and the exposure of familiar music.


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