The year was 2003. Ninety-three percent of Americans listened to radio each week. But what else could they do in the olden days? Facebook did not exist; that would come a year later. 2003 was the year iTune's was born but there were only 200,000 songs available then, far short of the 100,000,000 titles available today. And back then you needed to plop down $535 for an iPod to listen to downloaded music. Now, of course media players are free on phones and tablets. Also is 2003, YouTube was two years from existence; Twitter was three years from birth; Amazon Kindles were four years away; and iPads would not show up for 7 more years. No wonder radio still flourished in 2003, there was nothing else to do! So, ten years later, has technology killed the radio star? Absolutely not!