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Radio Ratings

Friday, February 11th, 2011

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Why is it not liberal talk radio, and why the liberal news stations behind the fox in the ratings?

I think it's because liberals can think for themselves. The more they read books and educational value, therefore, they have not need talking heads to tell them the "truth" or scary.

In fact, it is because of geography and demographics. I lived in the country for most of my life around hunters, fishermen, farmers and campers. Even today, especially during could not really reliable cable or satellite. You had about two or three channels (the only news we had was local television). Grow if we wanted new world or even the national news we tended to turn on the radio. Now, It's no secret that conservatives have strongholds in rural areas like where I grew up. Hunters, fishermen, campers and farmers are the types of rural areas, and other than paper and radio links with the world are few. Liberal talk radio is unpopular because it falls on its face, but because the communities Rural Radio still holds a significant share of the population who rely on it to get national and world news. You're not going to make money Sales Tanks Inuit. Know your customers-that is the key in business. Now on your second question, which is in fact related to the first. The question I have outlined above has nothing to do with content and all the demographics of listeners. Because Radio reign in rural areas, urban areas (which are largely liberal, again-no secret there) has a dominant position by cable and satellite. This means that channels Conservatives will soon. However, it is wrong to say that rural areas are 100% conservative urban areas that are 100% liberal. As there is only only major chain Conservative, it is natural that this channel will that all conservatives watch, so if there were only two channels, one liberal and Conservative, Liberal would do more viewers simply by demographics. It has nothing to do with the quality of content in both directions.

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