Sometimes people suggest things that blow your mind. In this case, the topic is internet radio.
My cell phone has high speed internet access. I was able to connect to KUOW, and listen to live streaming radio over my phone. I, too, can connect the phone to the stereo system in my car, and by doing so, listen to any internet radio program in the world while driving in urban areas (or on interstate highways).
Here's the thing, folks. Our industry spent more than a decade trying to prove that paper-based advertising fuels e-commerce growth. We proved it. Good for us.
Now it is time to move on. How do we reach customers who have no interest in paper-based advertising?
Obviously, I'm not suggesting we all go out there and create a streaming radio station that seventeen folks across the United States access via mobile phones broadcasting through a cassette converter in a car stereo.
I am suggesting, however, that we start thinking about these ideas, how we might usefully reach folks via micro-channels.
Here you go, click here.
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