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Re: Driving the calls (was: wrong call letters)

ROTFLVH (Rolling on the floor laughing very hard)

Yeah...although i think your swipe at all of my two listeners would have
been more apporpriate when i was on a carrier current station at Neew York
Univ. :) :) :)

I never had any pretentions of going to a "real" radio station by the time
I was at NYU.  In fact, my desire for getting into something the likes of
WBZ or WRKO or WOR etc was fading fast.

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Sven F. Weil
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On Wed, 15 Sep 1999, SteveOrdinetz wrote:

> Yeah, both of them.  College radio and "real world" radio are 2 different
> animals.  Commercial stations live and die by the ratings, judging by some
> of the programming I've heard on college radio, I'm not sure everyone in
> the studio is listening.  But it doesn't matter at college radio if no one
> listens, it's a place where you can go and play dj and be obscure and no
> one cares.  The fact is that radio is a very competitive business these
> days, and if a station wants to succeed, they want you to be damn sure who
> you're listening to.