A month ago I wrote about the seemingly endless ads on AM radio driving away more listeners.
In Sunday's Chronicle Pink section, three letters from readers are devoted to this subject so it's just now beginning to make mainstream media.
Terrestrial radio is free and commercial spots pay for free programming but the obscene amount of time devoted to spots borders on complete disregard to you, the listeners.
When stations are running ads virtually half of the hour (not counting updates and traffic) there's a problem. Most people are simply tuning away and out, if not out altogether and advertisers know that--too bad programmers apparently haven't received the memo.
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