Radio, Radio — Declining Listenership

It’s not just television that is seeing declining interest in the prime demographics. It is happening to radio too. According to a release from Statistics Canada, radio listening among teens has declined 24% in the last five years. Blame whatever you want, from the Internet to the RIAA, but it is rare indeed for a form of mass media to fall out of favor so precipitously.


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  1. Peter Eschenbrenner says:

    Perhaps the fact that the style of music being played on pop stations changed from alternative rock to rap during that time? At least, that is why I stopped listening.