I’ve got some new research that shows what happens when the media industry ignores the will of Millennials.
Cable television is becoming a thing of the past for money demos because of it.
But the radio industry can still do some things that will help it avoid the same fate.
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- Just-released research that dramatically shows how the cable industry is dead in the water and how radio can avoid the same fate.
- The single most important thing a station owner or operator can do to attract younger money demos in droves – yes, even in the age of digital competition.
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