I think it fairly safe to say the
FM audience is going on a downhill spiral.
With Pandora, iheart, itunes, Google play , Satellite
And not to mention most cars also have Bluetooth and LTE .
I don't think the "New Age" puts much value in FM radio anymore, let alone AM radio.
And I'm 38 and I can't remember the last time I used FM to even listen to music.
My Google maps shows me Traffic reports, and so far it's been spot on and extremely accurate right on my navigation screen.
I don't think too many people would be heartbroken if AM went away.
And FM is headed that as well, even Satellite Radio is hanging on for dear life.
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Satellite radio has more subscribers and revenue than at anytime, and as many or more subscribers than Directv U.S. and offshore, and DISH combined, more revenue than any other radio company.