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I now have to read media Blogs in Portland and Seattle to get my fix. I’m going to miss this Blog a lot, but I think I an suck it up and ride off into the sunset with you.
What a way to go out Don. The BSU contract gets pulled again in the never ending hate/hate realtionship between Citadel and Peak, the worst downturn in radio revenue any of us have ever seen, the milestone of a black preseident for the first time in US history and a bunch of radio groups that today are still doing for their communities. We may have been at odds with each other but for those of us that have been around a few years I think it is safe to say we may make it yet. I’m proud to be in this biz and still feel pretty lucky to have a job. By the way thanks for getting rid of disqus. I could not post at work and my blackberry would not recognize it. (not that it matters much now)
Just wondering, anyone have any news on what’s going on with KEZQ, KRiD, or KAOX in East id? or for that matter, what’s going on with the whole shuffle thing accross the state?
The construction permit for “Iona” *rolls eyes* is good until March of 2012. The 92.9 transmitter hasn’t been on air when I’ve visited although Chapparal is running 102.9 FM again.
Yeah noticed that last time I was up there which was for a little while seems like they can’t make up their mind whether or not to give that station a name sometimes it’s 1029: the Mountain, or just 1029 fm. inbetween songs plus they have a mor unfocused playlist than Jackfm or bob really don’t know what they’re going for there.
So, does anyone know what the status of the big “shuffle” is for other parts of Idaho? How about the Magic Valley, and Boise markets? Remember the talk of moving KQFC to 102.7, and KSAS to 103.5? And for Twin, moving KZDX to 93.5, KTPZ to 92.7, and such?
There was big talk about this a little over a year ago, but now all of the excitement has seemingly quieted. Is it all still in the works?
Inquiring minds want to know, so please spill the beans before IRN takes a dirt nap.
So with the end in sight for IRN as we now know it…. The question is- Is anyone going to step up and assume the effort of a new IRN or something like it? and the bigger question if they do…How will the old IRN participants find out about it….?
Just food for thought
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