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How Are Listeners Choosing to Listen?
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Listeners don't really care how they listen, provided it is convenient and they enjoy the content. Rajar published its latest MIDAS study last week. That's where they grab hold of some of the Rajar respondents who completed the online diaries (as opposed to the good old-fashioned colouring…

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Irate Listeners Sometimes Don't Listen
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I handled an email a few weeks ago from an irate listener who was APPALLED at something they'd heard.  Actually, the presenter had simply not said what the listener had suggested. The listener had clearly misheard. We wrote back politely; and heard no more. I suspect they felt a little humble, …

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Accidents and Incidents
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Not one of my carefully-crafted Tweets has ever attracted quite so much comment as my peremptory intolerance last weekend about an otherwise decent travel bulletin I heard, but which also assured me there were ' no accidents or incidents ' to report. Putting to one side whether it's sen…

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Sam & Amy - Ten Years On
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It's said the average length of an American marriage is eight years, so ten years is a major landmark for a couple having to stare into each other's eyes at dawn each day on a breakfast show. Sam & Amy break through that boundary in April - and enter their second decade of earlies, waki…

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