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In The Crowd

Friday, June 17, 2005

FM radio

I have a soft spot for radio, having grown up in the era of true AOR radio when DJs had free rein to play any track they wanted their listeners to hear. At its best it's like a good mix tape that never ends. In recent years with the consolidation in the industry and an emphasis on carefully researched, canned programming I'd all but given up on radio. That's why I was excited to find the Guide To Bay Area Radio That Doesn't Suck. There are three pirate stations? Good to know.

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