On today's program, a wide variety of topics. First, is CBS really selling off its entire group of radio stations? It sure looks that way. Who will the buyer(s) be? Also, has the visual element of a radio station's stream hurt the "theater of the mind" concept? Later, a new ratings measurement to be implemented for the online streams of terrestrial radio stations. A good or bad thing? Should the FCC go back to regulating programming and formats on radio stations to eliminate overkill such as five country stations in a market? Some listener feedback leads to that discussion. Also, we know what is now on the 98.9 frequency in Seattle. A male oriented rock station. What does this mean for female leaning rock formats and their success? Finally, we talk about the two CHR stations in Elmira, New York, and how they seem to have flip flopped when it comes to a straight CHR versus a CHR/AC presentation. It's all here on this edition of CTS!