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Seth Godin and Gordon Borrell: End of Radio As We Know It?

Broadcasters do not have to fall off the same cliff as printed newspapers.

Welcome to Christian Media 2.0

For the first time in history we have the technology to reach every man, woman, and child in every nation with the gospel.

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