Back in the day, cars didn’t come standard with Bluetooth receivers or audio jacks. When it came time to listen to music, we turned on the radio. In spite of how much has come and gone since drive-time radio burst onto the scene, millions of people still rely on DJs for music, news, and entertainment. There’s just something special about a real person curating our musical experience on the other end of the antenna. Learn about the history of drive-time radio, and how it’s holding up in the modern era.
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