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Although I'm wondering if As for a different publisher being involved, I think today's NY publishers are much, much more open to "out there" ideas than they were ten years ago, or even five. I do remember your big memo about voice and how essential that is for what we do. We know this because that’s not how people use radio in their lives.

They also actively choose commercial radio and listen to news, talk, sports, and music. The data we have (however crude it is) tells us that the future belongs to a kind of widget we’re not making much of. Lewis, Catherine Coulter, Ann Rule, Carl Hiaason, Andrew Vacchs, John Sanford, and Margaret Mitchell.

There is no way to have this conversation without saying what I think most people recognize: Most of what comes out of the radio on NPR and other pubradio shows are not amazing and engaging. CPMs, as we have seen over the last few years, is a company that needs to have mass layoffs, is in near-constant turmoil, and is shedding its best talent. But the most important perspective, I think, that I bring is as a longtime content producer. We have decades of surveys results, including some quite recent studies, showing that listeners, especially core listeners and donors, place the highest personal value on the NPR News magazines.

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    Perfect Letters and Emails for All Occasions Davidson G.

    We know this because that’s not how people use radio in their lives. He's actually the better writer, but someone had to keep their day job, and he lost the coin toss. That being said, this stuff is important, and it’s a helpful way for me to clarify my own ideas, to myself, if to nobody else.

    They also actively choose commercial radio and listen to news, talk, sports, and music. Ha! It couldn't be much more difficult than, you know, breaking through in American publishing these days. NPR produced dozens of podcasts based around 3–5 minute pieces, and they got so little audience they were killed and nobody noticed.

    The truth is, I love the YA genre, and I love romance, and I love romantica, and I love mysteries. No one is going to shave 10 minutes longer in the morning because they are listening to a podcast. Still, the audience doesn’t choose them when they actively choose what to listen to. Also, I have to challenge Adam’s assertions that public radio fails to engage listeners at a high level and that its past success was due to a lack of competition.