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Fred Jacobs is President of Jacobs Media, a media research and consulting firm. Jacobs Media clients have included CBS Radio, Premiere Radio Networks, Citadel, Greater Media, MTV Networks, Playboy, Amazon, Electronic Arts, NPR, Sylvan Learning Centers, and Taubman Malls. Learn more about the company here.

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Radio is a good medium if you use it correctly like anything else. You have to know what your goals are and how to properly implement them. Good post.

Erwin Calverley

Yeah, music, and the radio does have a kind of convenience to it. You see a lot of people alias listening to an iPod while walking or exercising, and people driving their cars with the radio on. It's an activity you can do on the move, and the things we hear can set a pace to our daily lives.

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