Sunday, July 29, 2007

Sunday Morning Odds & Sods

75° - sunny at 11am
left: taken on bike ride this am

Good Morning.

Traveled to Michigan's "West Coast" yesterday to do a remote for
WWKR. Big car show in downtown Hart. Nice drive. Nice people.

Also checked out classic rock
WBFX/Grand Rapids - sounding pretty good these days under OM Doug Montgomery.

Listening this morning
to Bob Stroud on Chicago's
WDRV (surprising, eh?). Bob's featuring his third installment of "the summer of love" - the summer of '67. Bob's done at 11 eastern; we then surf over to Steve Palec on Milwaukee's WKLH.

Speaking of WDRV - noticed
this late night...perhaps early morning feature on the station's website.

Sean Ross writes about
placing great radio stations from another market (or a great internet radio station) on HD2 channels. Lots of companies have some great brands they can import into another market. Read here.

In this week's FMQB, Arbitron's Pierre Bouvard talks about how PPM will change the way you program your radio station. In PPM markets this might mean no more "big money Thursdays” because there is no more “first day” of the diary. Lots more to read here.

Cara's Basement. In a new podcast, Cara Carriveau talks to Ratt's Stephen Pearcy. Great interview! Listen here.

Have a great Sunday.

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