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Re: WEGP 1390

It seems that unless you're a very new station, or an older station with
management making the decision to foolishly trash the turntables,

It  would still be a good idea to have both CD's and turntables, on the

If you dumped music as a format, then you would still need CD's for some
of the syndicated shows arriving by CD.

J and R  Music World of NYC still services most major brands of
Turntables as well as suppling the parts for the them.


"Bob Nelson...WMWM" wrote:

> Talk stations like WRKO probably have CD players.
> I remember when Tai had a show there, he'd have a
> musical guest on and they'd play at least a part of
> one of their songs...Or maybe a news/talk station
> would have a CD player in their production studio
> and could transfer bits of songs to computer or carts
> and then play the file or cart.
> --- Donna Halper <dlh@donnahalper.com> wrote:
> > Have you listened to WBZ recently?  Even a news
> > station has to do features
> > about music awards (the Grammy awards for example)
> > or when a famous star
> > like Sinatra died, there is a tribute to him, etc.
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