I've often wondered why talk radio is a medium that is almost completely dominated by two topics: sports, and politics.
People talk about a lot of stuff everyday, and lord knows that every other venue of mass communication isn't limited to those two topics.
Television, the Internet, and print media boast a variety of entertainment options for their viewers and readers, unless you're watching a serial drama, in which case your slices of life include the life of a lawyer, the life of a doctor, or the life of a police officer or any combination therein.
(I'm thinking of pitching a show about a New York lieutenant who moonlights as a brain surgeon at a local hospital and is trying to get his brother off of death row by using forensic evidence and uncomfortable close-ups of Laurence Fishburne.)
Ever since ESPN Radio invaded my local FM airwaves, I've been listening more...
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