WBOQ aims for younger demo
Wed Dec 24 12:06:51 EST 2003
At 8:01 AM -0800 12/24/03, Bob Nelson wrote:
>Bob Bittner mentioned on another board that he thought
>that the WBOQ format change was a good idea.
>Sometimes when I'm on this group, I approach my views
>from a "listener" point of view--as in, "it's too bad
>WBOQ dumped its jazzy standards since it was something
>different! Now it's just another oldies station,
>though they're playing some cuts WODS isn't airing..."
>Or sometimes I take an approach of "reality"-- that
>is, that radio is a business** and while you may have
>a really good and DIFFERENT format,
All this sounds applicable to the general case. I still feel in this
case the generalities may not apply. This station is more of a rich
boy's toy, he's gonna play what he wants to hear. And if you don't
want to play with him he can just take his ball and go home.
Does anyone know what has or will happen to the rather unique record
(CD?) collection? Or did they just format the hard drive and it all
Lake Wobegone, NH
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