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Adrian Cronaur on the Future of Radio

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NPR's Scott Simon talks to radio deejay Adrian Cronaur about technological changes in the medium, from satellite radio to digital audio and the role of the Internet. As an Air Force sergeant, Cronaur's broadcasts from Vietnam were legendary and provided the basis for the Robin Williams film Good Morning Vietnam.

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