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Christian Science Monitor

"Anytime customers can find your product in another place, it's going to cause some concern," says John Decker of San Diego's KPBS-FM. He says the podcast trend makes some public radio programmers "nervous." Indeed, the

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Business Week

TV news and talk radio is changing. Need proof? Look no further than the Young Turks, a trio of left-leaning talk-show commentators. They are opinionated, articulate, and bred on the freedom of the Internet, which brings fame with a mouse click.

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By DAVID HINCKLEY - DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

The biggest gamble in the short life of satellite radio hits the table at 6 a.m. today, as Howard Stern starts what he calls his creative rebirth at Sirius. The most prominent morning host on commercial radio for 20 years, Stern joined Sirius becaus

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Reuters

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. will give Howard Stern 34 million shares of stock — worth about $220 million at today's prices — because the company has met agreed-upon targets for gaining new subscribers under its 2004 deal with the shock jock.

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CBS Flips KZON to Free FM Dec. 23, 2005 By Tony Sanders Another modern rocker bites the dust. CBS Radio is flipping KZON Phoenix to its Free FM talk format, effective Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006. The Zone was already earmarked as one of thee stati

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Associated Press

Satellite radio provider Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. said Tuesday it recently topped more than 3 million subscribers to its service and expects a strong finish for the year.

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We are a grassroots organization. Together, our growing team of homeschooling families is developing Internet radio programming and a website dedicated to providing a place for liberal and progressive homeschooled kids to sound off and speak out.

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Howard Kurtz reports in the Washington Post that Liberal radio talk show host Ed Schultz was set to debut this week on Armed Forces Radio, but before he even got on the air, his producer got word from Allison Barber -- the Pentagon's deputy assis

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