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Rob Paterson, aka @robpatrob, checks in from Canada

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Super-Duper Rob Paterson Finds Radio's Future

Super-Duper Rob Paterson Finds Radio's Future

Rob Paterson, aka @robpatrob, checks in from Canada

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Way up in Prince Edward Island, Canada, Rob Paterson streams our show. Now he's given us an idea for making it better. And he blogs about us (blush) in a post titled "Future of Radio — Bryant Park — Twitter — My Diner in the Morning." Specifically, Paterson's on about our Twitter feed:

From my part it introduces the many to many while the one to many is still going. This I think is the future of Radio and TV. To wrap the Program with a society.

We had Rob Paterson on the show today. Love him. And come join our Twitter feed. While you're at it, join each other's.