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Re: Brown's WBRU for sale?

What does WBRU program?  And why would the oh-so-high-and-mighty alumni be
displeased with it? Too much new and "god forbid" unfamiliar (i.e.
non-top 40) music and provocative programming?

Can't do that...sick the consultants on them..QUICK!!!

Sven F. Weil
e-mail: sven@lily.org
World Wide Web: http://www.lily.org/~sven

On Sun, 17 Oct 1999, Rob Landry wrote:

> On Sun, 17 Oct 1999, Chris Beckwith wrote:
> > Is this possibly a variation on the AMFM sale "announcement" that appeared 
> > in Broadcasting & Cable earlier this year?
> I asked my contact that question, and he said no. Rather, what he told me
> was that someone at Brown is unhappy with WBRU's programming being
> associated with the university, perhaps because of complaints from alumni.
> This came to light in the course of a discussion we were having concerning
> programming practices at another station at a different university.
> Rob Landry
> umar@nerodia.wcrb.com