Commercial Radio Rules

Local hosts who may be hundreds of miles away, identical playlists from town to town ... critics say radio just isn't what it used to be. Join host Neal Conan for a look at changes in technology and media ownership, and what it means to your radio dial.

Guests: David Field
*President and CEO of Entercom

Phil Manning
*Station manager and program director for 107-7 "The End," (KNDD) Seattle, Wash.

Marc Fisher
*Columnist for The Washington Post's Metro section
*Working on a book about changes in radio since TV's arrival

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