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September 03, 2007

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linkerjpatrick

It drives me crazy when old media like radio and TV seem to really struggle with the Internet. when Radio and TV first became public they were like the Internet of their day and cutting edge. We have a local station who literally talks about their "blogspot" but it's kind of obvious they just heard the name somewhere and are not using the free blogger service.

David N. Welton

In Italy, for some odd reason, late at night, the TV news covers what's on the front pages of a variety of newspapers.

Preston

Sounds like site traffic was falling and the station was making a push to satisfy advertisers.

Mark Long

It's like that old episode of The Simpsons where Homer says, "I hear they have the Internet on computers now!"

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