07/07

Radio can be Better – Radio can be More

Anyone who is a “radio naysayer” is really telling radio “you can be more – you can be better.”

And I think that’s a good thing.

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  • Derrick Scott

    Mark, I completely agree.  When people complain about anything, deep down inside it means that they want change, something bigger, and better.  Those that get very defensive, and a lot of us do it instinctively, discredit the value of the product.

  • andrewsteeley

    When radio folks comprehend that “radio” isn't just a feature in your car and that “social” doesn't mean just answering the phone to take requests, then it can become bigger and better.  I hope it's sooner rather than later.

  • http://www.markramseymedia.com Mark Ramsey

    Good point, Andrew.

  • http://www.markramseymedia.com Mark Ramsey

    As long as the complaints are with a positive outcome in mind. There is a difference between griping and questioning. But too many industry bigwigs consider anyone who doesn't “follow the line” as an enemy of the state, when really they're only an enemy of dated and dangerous thinking.

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