Media: Chatter

"Radio is being dwarfed by classified, online display, search and the next generation don't believe in it as much." - Commercial radio in its current form could disappear within 15 years, analyst Claire Enders warns

"Why shouldn't we be able to live pause, put it on hard drive, grab stuff from the past seven days and pre-book on the radio as well as TV?" - The BBC's head of audio and music, Tim Davie, believes an online radio player for all broadcasters could be available by the end of 2009

"The New Statesman fiercely opposed the Iraq war and yet now hands over the reins to someone key in orchestrating that conflict." - Suzanne Moore, the outgoing New Statesman columnist, attacks the title's choice of Alastair Campbell as guest editor for its latest edition.