Tell the truth.
Yet another fundraiser, so you reflexively reach for the iPod or—God forbid—Zune.
Or maybe that’s now just a convenient excuse and the earbuds have become de rigueur on the morning jog, at the gym, or during Fido’s evening stroll. And then there is that car adapter for the iPod, giving “drive time” a whole new meaning and putting the fear of God in many a public radio manager.
To paraphrase Mr. Godin, we no longer live in an age of information scarcity. There is an overabundance of media choices. Blogs and podcasts are in the millions, and social media sites are sprouting like forest mushrooms after a summer rain. Today’s savvy new media consumer is lilkely pushing away from the table quite sated.
Is there still room in your diet for a healthy serving of WBUR? Do you find yourself listening to 90.9 less these days?
Be honest. We are all friends here.