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It is targeted and cost effective. This fact will keep the industry alive for a long time. ” RAB’s senior vice president emeritus of radio, Lynn Christian, believed that the economic ills of radio had been overstated. ’ At a recent RAB Management gathering, the mood was pretty upbeat. In fact, a number of broadcasters said their profits were up. I think the recession of the early 1990s has been less injurious to the medium than it has been to other industries. ” Christian’s prophecy was validated years later in an FMQB (Friday Morning Quarterback) report in May 2006, which declared that several of radio’s biggest players, among them Clear Channel, Cox Radio, and CBS Radio, experienced huge gains in profits.
Courtesy PRI. S T A T E O F T H E F I F T H E S TA TE After World War II, the FCC reconstituted the FM band and reserved the first 20 channels (88 to 92 MHz) for noncommercial facilities. Initially, this gave rise to low-power (10-watt) stations known as Class D’s. The lower cost of such operations was a prime motivator for schools that wanted to become involved with broadcasting. In 1967 the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) was established as the result of the Public Broadcasting Act.
But in the past year here in Washington, the medium has left me in the lurch. I used to listen to three stations (usually one at a time), but all have dumped friendly formats to slave after programming already available on other outlets in this market. The main public radio station dropped a decades-long classical music and talk format to rely totally on the latter — including British talk shows that keep giving me numbers I can call in London (I note with an ‘I told you so’ feeling that their audiences and donations are down as a result).