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March 05, 2013

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pjm

I am not sure what opposition you are making with "call-in" shows. After spending much time listening to a variety of (mostly) NPR talk shows, I find call-in inferior to interview shows with little or no call questions. You learn less, the interviewers questions are always less well thought out and the quality of the listener questions is rarely that good (as one would expect with off-the-cuff questions). I think the principle of interaction is fine and admirable in theory but I can't remember ever having seen it done well.

bianca steele

You say you're not sure what opposition I'm making?

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