By Charles Karel Bouley
The Karel Show
SAN FRANCISCO — Technology has changed every part of our lives and that is especially true for those in the arts, particularly broadcasting. What it used to take a truck to do, now takes less than a briefcase and cost 1/100th the original price.
Radio today is changing; no longer is it just terrestrial. It’s the stream, it’s the podcast, the Twitter, the YouTube — it’s moving at the speed of sound. But many hosts are not. They are stuck in their studios doing the same type of radio that worked 20 or more years ago.