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Re: "Lost 45's"
LOL. Actually, listeners began this "sleazy psuedo grass roots campaign" to bring "The Lost 45s" back to Boston radio...not me. I am quite content working in internet radio, where it is much more fun and less constraining. My e-mail was sent out after a listener's campaign had begun...but I am more than willing to talk face to face with any local Program Director who has half a brain and the balls to do it...there just doesn't seem to be anyone like that in this city currently.
>as Barry Scott wrote:
>>>...just contact your favorite local radio station's Program Director
and/or General Manager and have your friends, family and co-workers do the same. ...<<
>past campaigns of this sort, in particular with Barry, have backfired on him. i will not name the pd. i will say it is not the present WROR program director. i will also say that as a result of not being able to simply open and read e-mail, this program director was dissauded from even thinking about the possibility of adding the show to the station's lineup.
I agree. This seems to be a pretty sleazy pseudo grass-roots campaign.
If Barry wants his to get show on the air in this (or any) market, maybe he should pitch the show, in person, to the PD in question and let the decision succeed or fail on the show's merit, not on some phony campaign.
Host of "The Lost 45s"/Lost45.com