Dance of the Dial 

Jostling for frequencies and throwing elbows in the tight Humboldt market

"There's a lot of radio here, which I guess is good for the consumer. It's maybe not so good for the companies trying to make a living at radio," says Patrick Cleary, who straddles the fence in the local broadcast world. He's…

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