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Talk Radio, Online College, Deep Content and the 2012 Campaign: Embracing the Disruption

The Big Stink Wrote: May 24, 2012 10:41 AM
"And the best kind of audio --the addictive kind-- is both interactive and enriching, substantive and funny, startling and useful." And, it's fat-free! People have an innate desire to learn. However, the maxim of 'bread and circuses' has to be defeated. Will the pursuit of knowledge defeat the diversions of entertainment? That, Hugh, is yet to be determined. I pray the former, but fear the latter.
Reginald10 Wrote: May 25, 2012 2:46 PM
I find current events and education to be the most entertaining kind of circuses.

I should also point out that the "music" on most radio is just offal.
What do New York Times' columnist David Brooks, Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, and Thomas Nelson Publishing Chairman Michael Hyatt all have in common?

In addition to being guests on my radio show yesterday, that is?

Each is thinking long and hard about the spreading disruption brought about by the new media revolution.

In a May 3rd column, Brooks reviewed the "Campus Tsunami" that is uprooting and rearranging the world of higher education with breathtaking speed and force.

Christensen, long known as the guru of "disruptive innovation," applies the theories associated with fundamental change...