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Was Radio the First Social Network?

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Buzz marketing expert Paul Dunay makes a case for radio as the first social network. He argues that in the pre-payola days, radio stations played the songs that were most requested by listeners, making it the first real user-generated social network. Do you agree? Go to his blog to post a comment.
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