There’s more evidence that radio listening is rebounding in May after declining last month due to stay-at-home orders enacted to stem the spread of the coronavirus. More than one in four core listeners (26%) say they’re listening more, compared to 15% who indicated less, according to an online survey conducted in mid-May by Jacobs Media. Read more
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