Larry Miller is the Director of the Steinhardt Music Business Program at New York University, and for some reason he’s written a report that dumps all over you. The release of this report, backed by SoundExchange, comes at a most interesting time — when just about every radio station in America is giving up airtime to help the residents in Houston and the Gulf Coast.
The report is called Paradigm Shift: Why Radio Must Adapt to The Rise of Digital. Miller rightly highlights music’s “long, technology-driven disruption and transition to on-demand streaming.” What he appears to conclude is that the radio industry is not adapting to digital and deteriorating relationships with record labels and that’s leading to radio’s decline. We’re guessing you beg to differ.
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