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January 29, 2010 / Julia Hughan

Thought of the day via Richard A. Peterson.

So this explains country radio?

Thank you Richard A. Peterson aka Yoda.

To win acceptance by radio programmers under such conditions, new artists had to sound much like established artists. Thus, year by year, commercial radio music (in the US particularly) became ever more predicable as the reproduction of style replaced the raw communication of feeling.

(Peterson, Richard A, 1994, Measured markets and unknown audiences[electronic resource] :case studies from the production and consumption of music [Chapter 10] in “Audiencemaking: how the media create the audience”, Sage, p174)


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