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  • Google positioning for move into radio

    From the article:

    Web search leader Google Inc. is hiring scores of radio sales people and is spending heavily in a bid to expand its position in the $20 billion radio industry.

    Full Story: http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=2635641


    It seems to me that Google is making a mistake in moving out of their comfort zone.

    What do you guys think?

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    Re: Google positioning for move into radio

    I am surprised by this Will see what happens.
    :crazylegs

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      Re: Google positioning for move into radio

      This, and the newspaper advertising announcement this week, baffles me. I hope they don't diversify to the point that they lose their strengths.

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        Re: Google positioning for move into radio

        Originally posted by Frogberto View Post
        I hope they don't diversify to the point that they lose their strengths.
        That's exactly my thought. I know my company has sought to diversify themselves, but kept within reasonable bounds. I like Google as a whole, but this seems like a very poor choice to me.

        Originally posted by Senator David Wu (D-OR)
        Don't let faux-klingons send real Americans to war!

        Originally posted by TheHousingBubbleBlog
        Everyone says that the U.S. doesn’t make anything anymore, but that’s not exactly true. We’re the world leader in the manufacturing of bull****.

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