> Yeah q101 is a decent enough station but it isnt really
> "successful". For a station in market number 3 you cant name
> any of the airstaff with the exception of Mancow and they
> suffer a similar ratings quandry as krock and many of the
> Stern anchored stations. They dissapear after their morning
> show goes off. They just revamped the station with their
> "q101 on shuffle" approach meaning they moved away from
> their active rock incarnation (because they were being
> beaten by the Zone there) and went back to a true
> alternative posture, luckily the Zone flipped and Q
> survived. Survival is not success by the standards you're
> No personal attack meant here.
And you are a little closer to what I meant. I meant Q101 is a better alternative station compared to others of its kind. I wasn't claiming that q101 did great in Chicago...apparently that's what everyone else thought. That is self explanatory.