Radio is dead anyway. It's all commercially influenced by major record labels. It's pretty much the new 'payola': radio stations/DJs get paid the big bucks to play the popular music, the music that mainly sucks ass.
Besides, radio has changed too much through the years. Stations either change their styles constantly or they completely ditch their main genre and give in to popularity. For example, we had a few awesome classic rock stations back in Chicago throughout the 90's, and now they've changed. They play either pop/Top 40, rap, R&B/hip-hop, or 'commercial rock' (rock music that is inclined towards the art of making money, not music)
If I want music, I will listen to my ever-increasing CD collection. I have a wide variety of music (mainly Rush), but it eliminates the need to turn on a radio or use internet radio sites...what a waste.
I'm a carpenter by trade so there's always a radio going on the job site. Mainly it's the mainstream classic rock station in my area. It's ok for about an hour until they start playing the same songs over and over again. The only radio I do enjoy is from a small independent station that plays the Blues for an hour on my ride home.
I listened to the radio and they had Dont stop me now on it was a special hour called "hairbrush hour" where you were sposed to use a hairbrush as a mic and sing the song. But it also had its raining men and some crap songs by non entities I can't remember