Thursday, February 14, 2008

February 2008: NPR: Not your Parents' Radio

We would be wise not to exclude the radio industry from a discussion on how broadcasters are (or aren't) adapting to the new media landscape.

Count National Public Radio among those who aren't just adapting, but leading the way. This month, we talk with Maria Thomas, NPR's senior vice president of digital media, about what's happening in their world.

Read part one of our interview with Thomas here
. Check back next month for part two.

You can comment on this interview by using the comments link below.

While NPR continues to embrace new technologies, some traditional radio stations are worrying customers will stop tuning in for over-the-air NPR content, and possibly stop donating to those listener-supported stations, as well. Randy Dotinga of The Christian Science Monitor explains.

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