Do you want a soft chicken burrito, with extra cheese or a taco pizza?>
You are the best man, when you say you are in the "business" what do you mean? Of course you can tell I am not.....But can you say where you work, or you'd rather not?
Anyway, I am familiar with what First Broadcasting does with stations, so I am not as "dumb" as you think....It sounds as if you do not agree with what First Broadcasting does with radio stations...
But I am so glad I can count on you OSCAR, to point out when I am wrong, so I guess I better log onto www.nameusandwin.com
and resubmit a name since WTNT was taken, what would i do without you OSCAR?
By the way OSCAR, have you entered a name for the stations yet? I would LOVE to pick your fine "radio" brain to find out what you think?
Anyway, how did you know a board member from RADIO ONE was on First's board? Pretty interesting.
WE LOVE YOU OSCAR.
> RT, I hope you get some time away from your job at Taco
> Bell. Then you could ask someone who actually works in
> radio for a tour of a station. It seems to me it would be
> your first time inside one.
> I noticed you didn't answer any of the points in my post,
> you just chose to act like a kindergartner.
> Look brother, everyone can appreciate that you're a radio
> afficiando. We all are on this board. I can also
> appreciate that you love this station. My love for a small
> station helped rev up my enthusiam to get into the business.
> But, when you come on here and try to call people out and
> tell us what you think you know, we're going to tell you
> when you're wrong. That's what this board is about.
> What you call negativism and pessimism is what the
> "veterans" on this board call reality. These stations were
> bought by First as a "fixer-upper." They're going to do the
> 97.7/Mason move, give it a Cincinnati metro signal and then
> sell it for a huge profit. Then, they can sell the other
> 97.7 when it moves to KY, and sell off 99.5 to someone out
> east. One of the members of Radio-One's board is affiliated
> with First. Doesn't that seem like a pretty good indicator
> as to what's going to happen?
> Try getting a little education by looking at some trade web
> sites like www.radioandrecords.com
. Read the stories about what companies do in
> this business. And remember that it IS a business and
> sometimes it doesn't happen the way you want it to.
> By the way, WTNT is already taken. It's a Clear Channel AM
> talk station in D.C., and their FM country station in