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Re: WOKQ on Broadcast.com

Of course, another problem is that more and more companies are adding firewalls to
their computer systems, restricting employees access to the internet and in many
cases completely forbidding the use of audio streaming software.  It's the tired
old "productivity suffers" arguement.  As popular as audio streaming is right now,
I have to wonder how long that will last, at least during at-work hours, if this
trend continues.

Mike Thomas
WXLO & Mediabase 24/7

Brian Vita wrote:

> I agree entirely but, then again, I'm not a PD.  In a lot of the Boston
> buildings the only hope that you have of hearing a station is via the Internet.
> Brian
> At 10:00 AM 9/14/99 -0400, Garrett Wollman wrote:
> ><<On Tue, 14 Sep 1999 09:32:25 -0400, Brian Vita <brian_vita@cssinc.com> said:
> >
> > > I've also heard that a lot of PD don't want to waste their time on
> > > them because they think that the only folks listening to them are
> > > out of the market and won't show up on their books.
> >
> >Which seems fairly short-sighted, unless the entire work-day
> >population of the market works in low-rise wooden-frame structures.
> >Most of the people in my building can only get a few stations in their
> >offices (and WMBR isn't one of them).
> >
> >-GAWollman