Fri Dec 21 19:31:27 EST 2012
<<On Fri, 21 Dec 2012 10:55:53 -0800 (PST), Cooper Fox <email@example.com> said:
> Not really... If they go harder (more dubstep, moombahton, and trap
> than normal dance/house stuff) it is a significantly different
> audience. Pop dance/hip hop and electronica are too completely
> different things.
> However, I can't see this as a big money maker, though. It's been
> tried in NYC and never really did that well.
But what Clear Channel is doing has some obvious upside: It's cheap,
and solidifies their hold on the young female demos (giving a city
counterpart to the suburban-teenager appeal of Kiss and Jamn). If it
prevents a full-B competitor to Kiss and Jamn, it could easily worth
the price for them. Keep those listeners "in the family" and all.
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