Advertisements The most recent Radio World magazine (5/22/02) contains an article by Mike Starling, VP for engineering and operations at National Public Radio, talking about the potential of digital radio. Sadly, the article is not posted on RW's website, but here are a few brief excerpts: "TiVo is a pleasing example of an early media prosumption* device. (Caution: evangelist at work.) ... TiVo has been the best media device I've purchased to date." *Prosumption: the act of consumers producing their own high quality goods with the help of technology - Alvin and Heidi Toffler. He then describes the shows he has Season Passes for, how he never misses a program to take a phone call, how he captures classic movies late at night, etc. "The problem is, I've become an increasingly frustrated radio listener. TiVo users routinely lament the lack of a radio version." He goes on to propose the radio equivalent of a TiVo. Pretty neat mention, considering the source. He also praises the radio station I work for in another part of the same column, but that's neither here nor there.