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Old 02-05-2013, 08:49 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by Carlota69 View Post
Time it. Every 'Commercial" radio station in the country is about 43-45 mins of content. 12-15 mins of commercials and little extras. If a radio station played 40 mins of commercials, they wouldnt be around very long. Also, image production isnt commercials. Thats the little fun shit you hear with the station call letters in it. Thats imaging, not commercials. In other words, thats content as well.

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Now, if you are traveling during the time where they are most apt to play commercails, that may be why you are under the impression thats its more commercials than content. For instance, our "Stop Sets' (Commercials), are 6 mins a piece at 20 after the hour and 40 after the hour. So if someone drives everyday from 8:15am and arrives at work at 8:45am everyday, trhen they are going to hear more comercials, then say someone who leaves at 7:50am and gets to work at 8:30. those people will only hear 6 mins of commercials.
Actually that might be it, I leave the gym at around 6:40'ish in the morning and get into the parking garage around 7:20 (give or take for traffic). So that could be it.

Either way, even when a Low-T add isn't playing, or the hosts talking about something other than sports, the actual time spent on content still seems low... I'll get over it I'm sure...
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