Aug 25, 2004

Development Exchange Inc. has posted an overview and white papers from May's Public Radio Leadership Forum.
David Lieberman reports in USA Today the view of Wall Street analyst Tom Wolzien: cable networks won't take much more audience from broadcasters unless cable spends heavily for more attractive programs. Cable nets already increased spending 30 percent in three years, but Wolzien says growing cable carriage and not programs explain cable's growth.
Community station KGNU-FM in Boulder, Colo., is paying $4.1 million for an AM station in nearby Denver.