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TV Killed the Radio Star


Here’s something I wonder, do you think that the local baseball TV guys resent the local radio guys because the radio gets to keep broadcasting during the playoffs but the TV guys are done once the season is over. Also, whenever someone like ESPN shows the final or really important moments almost always they use the TV broadcast video but the radio announcer’s call. Why is that? Do the TV guys feel shafted? Are radio announcers just better announcers? What do you think?


2 Responses to “TV Killed the Radio Star”


  1. 1 myummers
    October 1, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    here’s the way i look at it: radio guys have a much much lower audience, and they will be obsolete before too much longer. for that reason, i see no problem in them being thrown a bone here and there.

    gary cohen for president or commissioner

  2. 2 youppi
    October 2, 2008 at 3:42 pm

    what about people driving and listening to the game? or in “I Am Legend” when radio was the only way Will Smith could try to communicate with anyone?

    RADIO FOREVER!!!

    also, gary cohen would make a great commish…


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