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In response to a query about the future of radio, Glass commented that public radio stations in general have been scared by the Internet and have seen their audiences decline somewhat in the past five years.
Fortunately, audience size has held steady for the past 10-15 years at about 2.2 million.
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A 2003 documentary film on Conway’s life, Full Circle: A Life Story of Eustace Conway, was directed by Jack Bibbo.
His life is also the inspiration behind the Adventures In the Simple Life by Sarah Vowel on the weekly radio show and This American Life with Ira Glass.When asked where his stories come from, Glass responded that “it is a disturbingly random process,” that it is a mix of people writing in to the show with ideas and subjects that the staff get obsessed about on its own.When asked about his personal life, Glass shared how he recently split up with his wife so he has been dating for the first time in 23 years, which he finds really strange.A record which according to the New York Times and Los Angeles Times as well as the book Bud & Me, was actually done in 62 days.This journey was first made by Bud and Temple Abernathy, aged 11 and 7, who rode 3,619 miles (5,824 km) from New York City to San Francisco on an equestrian journey, which started in August 1911.
Also See: Billy Campbell Bio, Wiki, Married, Wife, Dating, Gay, Net Worth At age 17, Conway left home so that he could live in a tipi in the woods.