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Bob and Tom are admitted to the National Radio Hall of Fame, and then Bob retires. Old school hip-hop takes over the airwaves. TV viewers get five local stations. Those were a few of 2015’s big media stories. Which was the biggest?

Amos Brown, longtime broadcaster and outspoken advocate for minority communities, dies unexpectedly at 64. [20 votes] (14%)
 
Bob and Tom are admitted to National Radio Hall of Fame, and then Bob retires. [27 votes] (18%)
 
CBS affiliate switcheroo leads to five Indy-area TV stations with local news and network affiliations. [79 votes] (53%)
 
Old school hip-hop station The Beat zooms to No. 1 in market long dominated by country. [5 votes] (3%)
 
WIBC pulls plug on "The Rush Limbaugh Show" and rejiggers conservative lineup. [17 votes] (11%)
 
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