Is the Boston Herald replacing Dean Johnson?
Sat Jun 18 18:37:48 EDT 2005
<<On Fri, 17 Jun 2005 22:12:06 -0400, email@example.com said:
> One would think that the Boston Radio Interest Group would welcome
> comments and posts from major market programmers. Responses such as
> the one from Mr. Glavin - calling the #1 station "vapid" based on a
> forced occasion of listening some ten years ago - will only result
> in those prorammers blowing off the list.
You and other pros are absolutely welcome to post here. Your
employment, and your station's undoubted commercial success, do not
grant you an immunity from criticism. Adult Contemporary radio is,
how shall I put it, Not Everyone's Cup Of Tea. I'm certain if
Laurence lived in Springfield he'd be complaining about the vapidity
of WMAS-FM and WHYN-FM (not to mention the dearth of opera and choral
music and the machinations of WAMC's Alan Chartock). Sometimes he can
sound like a broken record, but then, so do you.
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