Talk:Radio advertisement

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Sources too general and badly out of date[edit]

Most of the sources used here pre-date 2010. Much has changed since then. For example, radio listenership is now 91% of all listeners 12 years and older (Pew), and what's reported in the article is 95%. Also, the sources are too general. Citing "Arbitron" or "PBS" and not a specific article or web page is useless. Allreet (talk) 14:37, 22 January 2017 (UTC)