I was going to ignore this one and let it pass. But, it seems there is no pleasing you guys on this board. You complain endlessly of the radio in a major market. Why can't Atlanta be more like small market radio? Then you blow up a small station and say they are the worst in America! MAKE UP YOUR MINDS! If they are meeting payroll and have LIVE AND LOCAL, they are successful! You guys might try SUPPORTING a station once in a while.
John, you took the words right out of my mou...... no, make that: Out of my fingertips!!!
The fans of radio seem to be singing from a hymn book entitled: Damned if you DO, damned if you DON'T. We don't care what you program... we're going to give it thumbs down.
I need to make a trip up there sometime soon. We spent some time in those hills tracking down family from 150 years ago and we've got one elusive rascal we can't find. My current theory is they buried him over in Alabama in a cemetery that was where Weiss Reservoir is now. Anywhere you go in rural Georgia you are going to find a significant number of potential listeners whose ears are tuned a bit differently than what folklore tells us nationally that listeners want. Rural Northwest Georgia would certainly be a place to use creativity in making radio LOCAL.
Radio-Info posters are a tough crowd to please!