Do People Still Read The Trades?
Sun Dec 16 09:44:29 EST 2007
> Just R&R now..."Radio & Records". Thats all I read
> in paper form.
R&R is good. But, I feel, more important for
reporting, than recieiving information. Most of what
is discussed in the hardcopy of the magazine can be
obtained from their website.
For non-musical info, I tend to read Radio Ink and
Radio World. Also, Morning Mouth seems like a great
source of ideas, but I would never pay for a
subscription. Too expensive for bit ideas(the
entertainment news is waaaayyy out of date before it
gets to the jock).
Cooper "Bleary-Eyed" Fox
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