Rupert Murdoch and Steve Jobs’ secret plan to build a news site expressly for the iPad is a cable news killer.
But it could also be an opportunity for radio.
Not in that if cable news is crippled, more people will turn to radio again. But in a new way.
Cable viewers skew older, but this new iPad venture between the unlikely duo of Jobs and Murdoch will have to attract younger demographics to have a chance.
However, the plans which I am going to tell you about also offer an early warning to radio operators and ex-radio people who are smart enough to follow the lead of something Jobs and Murdoch call the Daily.
Ignore what is about to happen at your own peril. Here is a blueprint, timeline and specific way radio people or ex-radio people can get a jump on what I think will be a huge growth business.
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