Don Henley on radio

Fri Feb 20 12:18:46 EST 2004

> "Radio stations used to be local and diverse. Deejays programmed their
> own shows and developed close relationships with artists. Today radio
> stations are centrally programmed by their corporate owners, and airplay
> is essentially bought rather than earned."
> - Eagles frontman DON HENLEY in the op-ed page of the Washington Post

What planet has he been on for the past 30+ years?  DJs haven't programmed
their own music since the 60s.  Do you think Bruce Bradley played what he
felt like on WBZ in their Top 40 days?

Just another celebrity pontificating on a subject he clearly know very
little about.

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