If you were to choose.....

John Francini francini@mac.com
Thu Feb 23 06:11:40 EST 2012

This is a false choice. I'd choose neither one. 

I'd be looking at many a third option: Organizing a listener revolt. Create as much bad PR for parent CBS as possible about WBZ abandoning its decades-old role.  File complaints to the FCC telling them that the station is no longer operating in the public interest.  Anything and everything possible to make it obvious that the present management is trying to kill the station. Try to get this GM fired for being unimaginative in the face of a perceived revenue shortfall, and for being completely tone-deaf to the listeners. 


On Feb 23, 2012, at 2:02, Don <Donald_Astelle@yahoo.com> wrote:

> WBZ radio has ticked me off a couple of times in the last few years.
> First, when they tried to dump their live overnight show.  Then when they realized that mistake, they backed off and re-instated Steve Leveille.
> Then, WBZ turns into infomercial central on the weekend!  
> Someone mentioned to me that the tradeoff at WBZ was between having a local overnight show and local news in the evening.......OR...infomercials during the day on Saturday and Sunday.
> Your call.  If given the choice by your general manager to choose between those 2 evils ;-)  Which would YOU choose.

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