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Setting off firework in front of, and right at, a police officer, is just "having fun." Good to know Rover has sewn up unanimous support from the deadbeats, the illiterate, the reprobates and those with enough intellect to barely be able to tie their own shoes without drooling all over the place.
Oh, wait... I just described Rover's general audience.
C may LY, but Shane's show has bombed in every other market he's been on. (The Zone is an also-ran rock station where he gets his lunch handed to him by The Fox's Brother Wease, so Rochester is an affiliate in theory.) If CBS didn't hire DLR, Shane would have been the biggest failure of their "FreeFM" experiment.
If Zumock hasn't completed a voodoo doll of Shane, he should start now. Aim the doll at a radio speaker and use his hot air as the human element.
crbart: The PD opposed FDR's third term in 1940. And that's about it. If they were ever a Republican paper, it was well before the Newhouse family took control in the 60s. Columnists Dick Feagler and Kevin O'Brian don't count.
The death of the PD has been literally been the worst-kept secret in Cleveland. My condolences to all the staffers who will lose their jobs, but after their hyper-partisan election coverage this past year, I can't say I will **miss** it.
This is a tolerable read. Only because I can envision someone like Ken Nordine or Ernie Anderson speaking instead of hearing Aaron's nasally, whiny voice.
Liber8tor: "87.7" is actually the audio feed of analog channel 6. That's right, this new station is in truth the audio of a low-power TV station. It escapes the "88-91" segregation of public radio on the American radio band by pure technicality.
And of course all low-power TV stations will be forced to convert to digital in 2015 (as Anastasia pointed out in a previous article), so unless they have a plan beyond this, such a radio station will not have a chance at all.
I got a bad feeling about this.
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