He's up in the night. All it will do is permit mega broadcasters like EMF (Educational Media Foundation) to gobble up more stations and control all of them remotely from one central location. I think it's yet another nail in the coffin for the live, local radio broadcasters that haven't yet been taken over by a national conglomerate.
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EMF has already been living under no main studio rules for years. As a non-comm they get waivers of the main studio rule as a matter of course, so this isn't a big deal for them.
That certainly explains why EMF has been gobbling up radio stations across the country like a crazed Pac-Man. I read an article at one of the radio trade sites a couple of weeks ago which mentioned EMF was actually selling one of their stations, and I almost fell off my chair from the shock!