Radio June: Tell us the stories you’d like to see
We'll look at all aspects of radio and the forces that will change it
June 8, 2016
Over the month of June, Media Life will be running a series of stories about radio, about the changes sweeping through it, and the forces driving those changes. This series is aimed at buyers and planners, and it will lay out for readers how, among other things, technology will shape the future of the medium.
Media Life wants to know what you think.
What’s the future for radio?
What technology developments are you following closely?
How will these changes impact ad spending?
We’ll use the answers to help shape our coverage.
You can also sign up at the bottom of the survey to be added to our editorial advisory panel of media planners and buyers.
Want to reach out to us directly on Twitter instead? Use the hashtag #RadioJune and we’ll answer you right back.
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