Listening Radio-News Regularly?

@Mitraa (3188)
India
June 9, 2007 12:10pm CST
As an unique and comfortable invention of modern Science, Radio has peerless user-comforts. It is reachable and usable at that place, where other modern media can not arrive. It does not need power-supply or net-work to deliver a spectrum of channels or stations! I have a habit of listening news from radio at least for ten minuter or more regularly, even this cable-TV and Internet age. What do you think of my habit? Do you have also such habit of listening news from radio? Please discuss.
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@breluste (45)
• Denmark
17 Jul 07
Ciao from BRELUSTE dk YES I listen radio news...in Danish and Italian... But i have anyway my opinion on media jurnalist and peóple like them.. They get money from negative news..and in there are not enougth negative they make more negative!... I don´t trust them at all... I follow the news with deep hope to have some good news sometimes... Ciao from BRELUSTE dk
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@Mitraa (3188)
• India
17 Jul 07
Thanks for your response! I don't give much emphasis to negative news. Only constructive or developmental news are of my prime choice. My language medium of listening to news from radio are many. Those are Oriya, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu and English. Thanks.
@farazkh1 (1157)
• Pakistan
9 Jun 07
Yes i also prefare radio rather playing CD player while driving because it dilivers more music more news then Television channels so i think most of the people are addicted to the radio still in these times ........and another reason is radio is more comfortable way for getting knowledge ....
@Mitraa (3188)
• India
10 Jun 07
Without CD, a VCD player is of no use. Without cassette, a cassette player is of no use. Without cable and power, TV is of no use. But the tiny transistor radio goes on serving us steadily from broadcasters world-wide, just on few dry cells and at any place of our choice! Its comfort of utility is really peerless! Thanks for response.