Is the Boston Herald replacing Dean Johnson?
Tue Jun 21 17:00:09 EDT 2005
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>From: "Scott Fybush" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Garrett Wollman" <email@example.com>, "Joseph Pappalardo" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Is the Boston Herald replacing Dean Johnson?
>Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 12:56:24 -0400
> (And no, I don't take Laurence's comments as an indication that
> anything's wrong with WMJX; those of us who've been on the list for
> years know that Laurence wants something from his radio that his
> radio, in this day and age, isn't going to give him. We can argue
> at length about whether that's a good thing or not; but it's
> unlikely to change.)
Of course, here your talking about MUSICAL programming. I get
news, ideas, commentary, dialogue and LAUGHS from radio
(I love "Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me") nearly every day. For
music, I have CD's and I venture into metro Boston at
least twice a month to attend LIVE concerts. Even with WGBH-FM's
reduction in musical programming, it still has "Symphonycast"
on Sunday afternoons and "From the Top" Sunday evenings
when I'm home, otherwise I listen to it on Maine Public
radio on Mondays (or more likely tape it from WMEA).
By the way, one "concert" I attended two weeks ago was a
taping session of "From the Top" at Jordan Hall to be aired in
October. They put on a presentation that took close to
90 minutes...if you've heard the show and thought it was
pretty slick for a program of untested adolescents
(although VERY talented and VERY well-trained), I suspect that
many miracles are performed in the editing room!
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