A story that is representative of the massive consolidation and homogenization that is ongoing in the radio industry: the NY Times reports on the sale of commercial classical music station WNIB in Chicago to Bonneville Communications for $167million. Largely run as a labor of love, the station is likely to be changed to pop music […]
Archive | January, 2001
To get an industry-centric view on the Time Warner/AOL merger, check out the Industry Standard’s in-depth reporting they call “AOL TW’s New World Order”. I’ll comment on it after I get a chance to digest it.