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August 29, 2010

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Bob Green

Content! NPR is sensitive to the tastes of their mostly affluent audience. Music radio is atempting to best an iPod, and the iPod will win every time. Talk radio's aging demographic and general lack of accountability will catch up with it. NPR may still be strong on the terrestrial landscape,
but covering their bases for future listeners makes good sense. Compelling content with an eye to the future, NPR has a better idea.

Jim Kerr

That looks very similar to a print book versus ebook sales comparison from three years ago on Amazon.com. The difference between print book sales and ebook sales was enormous. Ebooks weren't even a factor, just like digital delivery in this graph.

I recommend you look at the current graph of ebook versus print book sales on Amazon.com. It's educational within the context of this blog post.

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