Guy starts a LP station in Concord.
Sun Feb 4 13:18:09 EST 2007
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Don A"
>To: "Laurence Glavin" , "A. Joseph Ross" , "Dan Strassberg"
>Subject: Re: Guy starts a LP station in Concord.
>Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2007 01:15:34 -0500
>The exact same number 12+....but what were the demos? And what was
The bostonradiowatch.com board reported last year that over the last
two-or-so years of Charlesa River "management", WCRB's revenues
plummeted from $8.4 to $7.5 million...radio in general was
flat, especially in Boston which tumbled out of the top-10
markets...but still that mucho dinero.
>I am also going to guess that the WCRB formula provides for a
>younger demo than KING-FM, which again would result in more revenue.
I'm glad you used the word 'guess" (were you at the same time wearing
Guess Jeans?); on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" two weeks ago, in reaction
to the Williamson turn WETA underwent, a composer/conductor named
John Corigliano discussed introducing young people to "classical music"
and he said unequivocally that modern music, such as Stravinsky (he gave the
example of "Rite of Spring", a piece selected by Walt Disney for his
movie, or film, "Fantasia"), Bartok, Prokofiev etc made a much greater
impression than earlier music, Mozart, Bach, Haydn.
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