- Townsquare’s thinking behind shutting more AM stations.
- The big radio group that is most likely to follow next.
- Apple’s plan for CarPlay that makes reassessing viability of AM suddenly more pressing.
- Where does the concept of offering radio as a paid app leave AM stations?
- Where does that leave sports betting as the savior of AM?
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