THE SLOW DEATH OF TERRESTRIAL RADIO Howard noted he wished he’d gotten more respect while he was on terrestrial radio, explaining he was the one who made it possible for his predecessors to get the careers they now have. Howard added he read an article yesterday in the New York Times that discussed how regular radio was becoming less popular than ever, largely due to the popularity of the programming available on both satellite and the Internet. Howard went on to read parts of the article, and quoted experts who predicted up to 60 million people are expected to be listening to satellite radio by 2010. Howard then said he was confident more of his fans who used to listen to him at KROCK would join SIRIUS as it continued to receive positive press like that article. ob das der gleiche abgang des Formatradio Deutschlands seien wird???