Radio Can Engage Next “Young Generation”

March 21, 2014

Nearly five decades ago, the baby boomers were the “Young Generation” whose talents and aspirations baffled their Depression-era elders. Fortunately for radio broadcasting, some smart managers grasped the baby boomers’ potential, and used it to revitalize the radio industry as a pop culture music medium. The rest, as they say, is rock radio history.

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