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Commercial radio. The case of WBUR Boston University Radio
One could consider events like what happened at WBUR-FM
Boston University radio 90.9 MHz for a certain caliber
of people in the media to be another kind of credential
to add to their portfolio!
National Public Radio's talent pool declined with the
Talk of the Nation's Williams who is unwilling to listen
to the actual contect of his discussions and local radio's
Christo's commercialization of Boston University's WBUR.
Maybe it is an opportunity for commercial radio to improve
the formats that are related to The Connection local type
Imagine radiosteve.com upgrading his format on a par with
Also, have you folks checked out the old local radio
stations audio recordings at Boston Public Library's
Ed Fenninger Sound Archives yet?...
BPL is about to be ordered to release the audio under
Massachusetts FOI principles
Guide to Problematical Boston Public Library Use
"sound archives" AND guidetoproblematicallibraryuse