Stand Up For Your Digital Music Rights: Considering the Future of Radio with Rolling Stone writer Ben Fong-Torres

September 9th, 2006 |
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San Francisco Chronicle radio columnist, Rolling Stone writer, and author Ben Fong-Torres says community and local emphasis is the key to the survival of terrestrial radio, as the market penetration of satellite radio increases. PodTech’s Michael Johnson talked to him at the Bandwidth music & technology conference in San Francisco.

Reporter’s Notes: Ben has been involved in radio since the bad old days of San Francisco radio station KSAN, and continues to write about music and radio. J.D. Lasica has also written about the possible future of radio in his book, Darknet.

— Michael Johnson

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