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Looking Back & Crystal-Balling The Future

Radio has thrived and survived for the last 100 years. Allow me to count the ways:

• Radio is a flexible medium. It requires only the ear’s attention to be fully appreciated.

• The technology is ubiquitous, can be contained in a small environment, and can be transported anywhere — in a car, in a headset, or near a swimming pool.

• Radio is everywhere — it is virtually omnipresent in the United States, with over

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