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Re: Future of AC (was Re: NorthEast Radio Watch 7/17:)
- Subject: Re: Future of AC (was Re: NorthEast Radio Watch 7/17:)
- From: LJNF40D@prodigy.com (BUMP MARTIN)
- Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 18:08:22, -0500
- -------- REPLY, Original message follows --------
> Date: Wednesday, 23-Jul-97 01:59 AM
> At 09:52 AM 7/22/97 -0400, Mark Shneyder wrote:
> >Great aticle in last week's issue of R&R on Hot AC's move to
> >Pop/Alternaitve. It seems like ARS is leading the way with many of
> >AC's jumping on the new trend.
> From: Steveordinetz \ Internet: (email@example.com)
> Or else they're leading all their stations off the same cliff. The
> very fickle, and my guess is that people will get sick of sensitive
> enough and want something new. Look at the CHRs that went heavily
> or alternative thinking this fad was here to stay, and got left out in
> when tastes shifted.
I would agree. This 'Modern AC format has not stood the test of time.
And may be up a creek when the publics taste changes. Look what happen
to all the stations that hopped on the "70's" format.....
Basing a format on "trendy" music is not a real 'secure' move....