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RE: WODS jingles, songs-in-a-row
I have found that while that is very true they always
subcounciously notice the differences. It's not
always the playlists but often the station's formatics
and even processing.
--- Dib9@aol.com wrote:
> Chuck's post brings to mind something that a lot of
> radio people and radio
> hobbyists miss -- the average listener doesn't
> notice the slight differences
> in formats that we put so much emphasis on. The
> average radio listener
> likely sees both WODS and WROR as oldies stations,
> despite the differences in
> their play lists. They may prefer one station over
> the other due to the
> music they play, but I doubt they recognize the
> subtle differences in the
> -- Dan Billings, Bowdoinham, Maine
WWBX- (All new, all hit, B97.1)
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