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September 05, 2005

Air America: Life after WLIB

As previously discussed, WLIB's NYC ratings are even lower than when they were a Caribbean station.

Millions of reasons for a Carib station says:
The millions of people expected on Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway for today's West Indian Day Parade is the best possible evidence, said long-time radio host Bob (Spiceman) Frederick, that the city needs a full-time Caribbean radio station...

..."As you see on Eastern Parkway," he said, "we have millions of people. They spend billions. Someone has to want them."
Obviously, the best solution is for AAR to give up their sinking flagship and re-convert it to Carib chat. Think of the positive publicity to be gained from making amends for what they took from one of NYC's most vulnerable minority communities.

Posted in Meta at September 5, 2005 04:59 PM


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