Monday, June 07, 2010

A Leadership Crisis in Public Radio?

NPR CEO and President Vivian Schiller thinks that broadcast towers will be gone in 10 years.

The CPB/SRG Grow the Audience project calls for increasing by 50% in public radio's average audience in the next 10 years, doubling the weekly Cume, and tripling the number of weekly listeners of color. Central to that plan is acquiring more broadcast signals.

Which way are we going folks?

Note to those following this thread: The posting on financial implications of radio being dead in 10 years will go up on Wednesday.

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Blogger Brad said... would appear the actual transcript of Schiller differs quite a bit from the live-blog version of things.

4:24 PM  

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