WOW!!! Not much love for WAKY on this board. First of all for Radioville. Not my call, discussions continue on that issue. It's not really that important an issue to me because I don't really think most listeners care. This is not a perfict world and not everybodys watch is set at exactly the same time. For Storrs19. We are not trying to fool anybody. With WAKY what you hear is what you get. We are locally owned and locally programed and as an independent station we don't have the resources that the big companies have. We voice track because we want our talent to have a life. I happen to know that WAKY is not the only radio station in Louisville that voice tracks. And I know that WAKY uses all local talent and we bust ass on the air every time we crack that mic. So laugh it up funny boy! It's easy to tear something down but it's hard to build something. I choose to build. Ok, bobOnTheJob, I grew up with the WAKY of 45 years ago and that was the best station I have ever heard and I've worked 2 major markets and plenty of medium and small ones. I have lstened to airchecks of all the great jocks and some of the not so great jocks. And you're right about the choices being limited at that time. Johnny Randolph went to great lengths to find and hire the best talent he could afford. We do that today at WAKY. Radio ain't no hardware store. We have to sell this invisable thing we call "Air-Time" to make money and it is a challange. Maybe there are some things about the Radio Business that you can't see. I gotta go...I've got production to do because our sales team has been busy. We are building a radio station here and we're too busy to waste time tearing something down. Peace & Love Fellababies! Les Cook
Thanks for the feedback. WAKY is my favorite station. I just don't agree with giving the wrong time check because I thought I was running late to my lunch date!