Clear Channel Lowers Ad Quotas for Radio

Clear Channel Radio announces it will reduce the amount of commercials run by its nearly 1,200 radio stations. The changes, to take effect at the beginning of 2005, include limits on the length of ad spots. Industry observers say the move might reflect an industry reacting to negative listener feedback. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports.

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