Question of the day from SKL

How much time is your radio on daily, on average? 

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7 Responses to Question of the day from SKL

  1. Joy says:

    Almost never. Sad to say but pretty much only in the car and that’s almost nil right now. I play the songs on my phone an awful lot though. It’s so much easier to move around than my Bose.

  2. Just a Mom says:

    I would say about 70% of the day. It is always on in the car and at work as well.

  3. SKL says:

    Five or ten minutes, while I drive to or from my kids’ school, usually when they are not in the car.

    It would be on a lot more if I didn’t have CDs, though.

  4. Laura says:

    Well, I don’t listen to the actual radio much, because we must have lead-lined walls around here, and there are only like three stations that kind of come in – two on the AM dial and NPR on the FM. Which is fine, because there’s stuff I listen to on each, but the static often overpowers, so I can’t handle it.

    So I turn on either my iPod, or I go to I Heart Radio on the computer, and listen to stuff that way. I’ve created a couple of my own stations, or I listen to stuff they have. Or I’ll listen to programs from other cities. I like Joe Pags (he’s a talk guy) in the morning, out of Houston.

    • Joy says:

      I wonder if I have some kind of interference like that. I can’t get squat most of the time so I’ve just given up and use my phone. But my Bose works on the deck outside!!! HHHhhmmmm

  5. Karen Joy says:

    I never do in the house.Its always my iPod I turn on.Have a nice speaker I can take anywhere with me so I usually play my songs when cleaning or cooking which hasnt been much lately.I have the radio on in the car only and I dont go out much so that doesnt get played often.

  6. Nikki says:

    Never, ever. I don’t listen to the radio in my house. I do, however, listen to the music channels on the TV. No commercials. The only time I listen to the radio is in the truck.

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