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March 20, 2005

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Bren

Psst...Dunno who Fred Davis is, but I believe you're referencing Fred *Wilson*...

chris anderson

Bren,

Many thanks for the catch. Perils of cutting and pasting from the back of a cab...

-c

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Local radio thrived on local advertising and local communities of listeners. Both are drying up. The consolidation of local retailing and services into national chains is an example on the advertising side. As the power-law curve growing more stern it destroys the out the mid-sized players. Leaving only the giants and the long tail behind.

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

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