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They are in the trenches every day, working with talent, talking to listeners, dealing with management, trying to make their station sound better than every other station in the country. We asked a few of Radio Ink’s 2020 Best Program Directors in America this question: If you could change one thing about how radio sounds today, what would that be? Here’s what they had to say.

Bring back great personalities and local programming. I used to love going from city to city and hearing great local radio. Now I could wake up

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