Buzz Knight talks about changes at 92.9
Tue Feb 5 16:56:46 EST 2008
I have wondered for a long time where the next generation of on-air personalities (be it DJs or talk show hosts, or even programming people) are going to come from. The smaller stations are all on the bird, the larger stations are in love with voice tracking, programming is done by a computer and the audience runs from an open mike.
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From: Bill O'Neill <email@example.com>
To: Garrett Wollman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Subject: Re: Buzz Knight talks about changes at 92.9
Garrett Wollman wrote:
> Clearly, Modern American Radio has trained its listeners well. Since
> the only mike sets at most music stations are followed immediately by
> a stop set, it's only natural that listeners should automatically tune
> out as soon as the "talent" starts talking.
Yup. Pavlov would be proud. Unfortunately, some of the best talent out
there has been slowly but surely, more and more, confined into a box. Woof.
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