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    Donald Trump Runs Talk Radio's Dream Campaign-via Jamie Dupree

    Will Trump take conservative talk radio down the tubes with him? Or will talk radio be the voice of dis-affected Trumpists?

    http://jamiedupree.blog.wsbradio.com...gn-vs-clinton/

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    Let's face it...in many cities, talk radio is experiencing some of the lowest ratings in a very long time. There are many possible reasons, including the decline of AM. But talk radio isn't experiencing a bounce from this year's election.

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    I have a feeling the civil war between Trump cultists and #NeverTrump may be a reason.


    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigA View Post
    Let's face it...in many cities, talk radio is experiencing some of the lowest ratings in a very long time. There are many possible reasons, including the decline of AM. But talk radio isn't experiencing a bounce from this year's election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr8oldies View Post
    I have a feeling the civil war between Trump cultists and #NeverTrump may be a reason.
    I think you're right. Great interview in RadioInk this week:

    http://radioink.com/2016/10/12/trump...radio-survive/

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr8oldies View Post
    Will Trump take conservative talk radio down the tubes with him? Or will talk radio be the voice of dis-affected Trumpists?

    http://jamiedupree.blog.wsbradio.com...gn-vs-clinton/
    I have listened to talkradio since I was 16 (I'm 50 now) and for me, the format has become so UNinteresting. It's chronically predictable and often an insult to your intelligence if you're even moderately informed.

    It's just boring.

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    Personally I think all the political chaos this year has made talk radio more interesting. Few hosts are just spouting the talking points of one side or the other ... rather they're being forced to think for themselves. Sykes (in the RadioInk article) sounds bitter that the one-sided talk radio mold is being shattered.

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