The sad, unwarranted decline of rock music on FM radio.
Wed Nov 16 18:08:43 EST 2011
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On Nov 16, 2011, at 1:20 PM, John <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> While I agree wholeheartedly that the homogenization of radio
> has been leading to its decline for quite some time., (Accelerating
> in the last decade because of the availability of alternative
> means of getting ones music fix)
> I would have to disagree with this portion of the quote in Kevin Vahney's post.
>> Recording a show to sound live or local when it's
>> neither makes a DJ sound like the great and powerful Oz---a disembodied
>> voice behind a curtain, not to be trusted.
> If that is how the DJ sounds, then the DJ is not doing it right.
> I can record a weekend show that you would never know wasn't live
> unless you were told. I can give the time, talk about current events, etc.
> I've even given some information on the air, then a break later mentioned
> how such and such listener called in and corrected me and gave the
> corrected info. Both of those breaks prerecorded two days before.
> It's all in how you present it.
> John Lee
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