Well, what really upsets me is the fact that the (So-called) GM of the station isn't very cooperative. The station was picked up at auction and she refuses to disclose the ownership information and points of contact. Isn't that supposed to be public knowledge?
What needs to be done is to inquire through the WSAB and the FCC about these shenanigans - get that person who supposedly runs the I-pod and give her the boot. Then real radio people can turn that stick around, make it something palatable, and useful for the communities in the region. I am just sayin'...
Nothing I can't stand more than to have someone who babysits an I-Pod - radio, instead of using it for what it's purpose is. I hate puppets...because that is exactly what that situation is.
Besides, they never answer the phone, always an answering machine.
By FCC Regulation, isn't there supposed to be a live body in the building for access to the Public File and operating in the public interest, during regular business hours, minimum of 8 hours a day, 5 days a week?
Hmmm...sounds like FCC violations to me.
Time to have some fun with this...