Part of what is hopefully enthusiastic, optimistic anticipation will undoubtedly be influenced by a collection of factors and extenuating circumstances beyond our complete personal power, such as the economy, legislation, and the overall status of world events.
Another element out of most of our hands is the next gargantuan technological breakthrough that will be worthy of a metaphorical mic drop.
Speaking of microphones, wireless ones served as the genesis for a 1961-launched company still thriving nearly 60 years later.
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.