Promotions conjure up the creative side of farm broadcast

Kawleski, Michael
November 1997
Agri Marketing;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p1-4
Trade Publication
States that farm broadcasters in the United States are taking existing promotions and making them more interesting for listeners. Names of such broadcasters; Creation of advisory panels by many stations that provides input on farm programming.


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