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Consultant Fred Jacobs has a well-deserved rave review of the new NPR Music site in a post called The Content Mountain. He writes about why this is important for radio. Link: jacoBLOG.
Update:Daniel Langendorf also has a postive review, NPR opens up NPR Music for our listening pleasure. Link: last100. --Dennis
Saturday, 17 November 2007 at 12:14 in On-demand|VOD, Public Media, Radio, Web Content | Permalink
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