Amen DALLASBOYZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Amen
Radio512? To what parts of what DALLASBOYZ says?
That it's perfectly justified to fire someone who has a long association with your station to save a few bucks? That it is good business practice to replace a local voice with someone in Dallas?
That it's okay to just let him find out he's gone when he shows up for work and someone else is doing his job? Is that what you're saying 'AMEN' to?
This great success of yours; I can't see it because I don't get the ratings break-downs you get. Tell me this, though. How does KVET's monthly billing compare to what it was 15 years ago, when the Austin market was hundreds of thousands smaller? That's what matters.
If you so gladly dump experienced people, grossly under-pay the ones who remain, neglect service to the community (locally gathered news, on-staff meteorologist) and insult the intelligence of people who actually understand what TRADITIONAL COUNTRY IS (hint- it isn't Rascal Flatts!) where will you be in the future?
Despite what you think about 'listening habbits', landscapes, measurements and market compositions, broadcasting comes down to one thing: A relationship between people. If you don't respect the people who work for you, and don't respect the people you think you serve, you will end up in the dusty history of Austin Country Radio. We'll save you a seat.