Topic: In The News
Submitted By: 1boss
Date Submitted: 10-07-13

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Funkmaster Flex and the end of the radio DJ
Funkmaster Flex has a history. He started carrying records for pioneers like Red Alert and Chuck Chillout 30 years ago in the Bronx, which places him squarely at the birthplace of hip-hop radio DJs. He also has a present: his six-times-weekly radio show on New York’s Hot 97 is the top-rated terrestrial radio show in the world by a long shot. But most importantly, Flex has a future. It’s no secret that FM audiences have been on the decline for more than a decade, and in a panel at last week’s SF MusicTech Summit, Flex shared his common-sense view of exactly how the radio business is failing listeners.

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