Radio Self-Fulfills Self-Aggrandizing Prophecy

    “A new survey from radio marketers Mercury asked 1,000 people, if a new iPod and an HD Radio receiver were the same price, which would they prefer. As seen in the graphs… the majority chose HD Radio, citing that a radio is simply easier to use than an iPod.”

We think this is a crock of unprocessed bologna bits. Small surprise that the survey was conducted by a radio marketing group and reported on FMQB, a radio industry newsletter.

Let’s do our own survey:

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