Future of Radio

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photoThe invasion of the i-Pods is radically changing the way Americans capture and listen to music. Now, a new wave is subscribing to satellite radio. An even newer wave is downloading music to cell phones.

On-demand media that allows Americans to listen to what they like when they like are soaring in popularity. And broadcast radio music stations are feeling the heat.

Tune in for a conversation about the future of music and radio in the digital age.


Scott McKenzie, editor-in-chief, Billboard Radio Monitor

Christopher Sterling, professor of media and public affairs, George Washington University, editor of the "Encyclopedia of Radio" and author of a forthcoming book about FM broadcasting in America

Jeffrey Pollack, chairman and CEO, Pollack Media Group.

This program aired on July 29, 2005.


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