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      It's no secret media, like a lot of industries, has endured its share of major changes due to transitions in the technological landscape. Many folks who run large media conglomerates are getting paid handsomely to devise strategies that best implement ways to maximize a shrinking bottom line.
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    Parisi knew online was the future. Now he hopes the future is finally here
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      News/talk FM KQTH 104.1 has abandoned its morning drive news wheel and returned local talk host Jon Justice to the slot he occupied for a number of years.
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    Noel Patterson quietly runs a Tucson bee-keeping revolution, sponsored by local restaurants, with Dos Manos Apiaries
      Nothing makes the recent argument at City Hall over whether residents should be permitted to raise chickens seem more passé than Noel Patterson's backyard.
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      Power 1490 gets its much delayed chance to say goodbye; April Madison back at the weather desk; and more!
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      Sonu Wasu lands gig up the road, Two programs change locations after 1210 goes dark and For Lee Enterprises, changes at the top, sort of...
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    Traditional media in the new age still likely to struggle

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    Smokey Rivers handed Operations Manager duties for Scripps radio cluster
      During recent downtime outside the industry, he helped his wife launch a deli in downtown Phoenix, coincidentally, or precisely because it filled a need as one of the few eating establishments near the IHeartMedia radio cluster.
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    LPFM finally launches in downtown Tucson
      In the basement of the Sinfonia building on Stone and Toole avenues, a dark structure encased by stone walls, cement flooring, steel beams and discarded furniture, a collection of a dozen or so people gather in a corner.
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