Fred Jacobs

Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media writes: The big radio controversy this week stems from a Clear Channel corporate PD, Darryl Parks, who went off on the FCC’s efforts to address the AM radio problem.  While the blog in question has been taken down, it appears here, and has stirred up a lot of anger, especially among those who are toiling away, trying to keep amplitude modulation stations alive and well.

 

But that wasn’t the part of Parks’ rave that stood out to me.  Another of his swipes was laser focused on the recent Radio Show in Orlando.  He dismissed it as “the yearly circle jerk gathering of broadcasters.”

 

READ THE FULL STORY HERE.

 

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