By SCOTT FYBUSH
We’re kicking off a big year in the history of NERW: the spring of 2014 will mark the twentieth anniversary of this column, and we’re planning a big celebration for all our loyal readers.
But before we get to the big two-oh, it’s time for our annual review of the year gone by. As we did last year, we’re bringing you Year in Review 2013 in a series of daily installments through New Year’s Eve, which we’ll collect on one page for archival purposes at the start of 2014.
Click here for Part 1: The Year in Station Sales
Click here for Part 2: Formats, People and Calls (January-June)
Click here for Part 3: Formats, People and Calls (July-December)
Click here for Part 4: Those We Lost
In this segment, we start our look at the top ten stories of 2013, as picked solely by your editor. Disagree with our choices? Have a comment? Come weigh in at the discussion boards on the RadioInsight Community. It’s where radio goes to talk radio, and we’re proud to be part of the team there!
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In the next installment of the Year in Review, coming Tuesday morning, Dec. 31, we’ll continue counting down the year’s top ten stories! Join us again right here on fybush.com…
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