- 70 million new signups in its first two days Threads competed with Twitter – why radio should take a timeout and not misread what’s developing.
- Young people are already bored with Twitter and many more abandoned Facebook spelling opportunity for the original social medium, radio.
- The key component – do this and digital alternatives can’t compete with radio.
- Details on how music genres should proceed and how spoken word formats should take advantage of this once in a generation opportunity.
- The evolving attitudes about social media that are changing now and begging for someone to act.
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