The Effect of Format Changes and Ownership Consolidation on Radio Station Outcomes
Format changes are used by radio stations to reposition themselves in an attempt to improve performance. Evidence reported below indicates that the track record of such repositionings in improving performance improvements only when the shift is made to a trendy format.
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