News flash! Radio listeners don’t much care for dull broadsheet types:
Washington Post Radio, which brought the newspaper’s journalists to the local airwaves, will go off the air next month after failing to attract enough listeners and losing money during its 17-month existence.
Post Radio, which is broadcast regionwide on 107.7 FM and 1500 AM, was not able to draw even 1 percent of listeners during its first year.
This may be of interest to Fairfax, new owners of 2UE and 3AW.