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Not in NYC

Posted by The Duke on January 30, 2011 at 10:35:38:

I'm happy to report that the NYC metro area still has innovative and original programming. Corporate radio is here BUT there are many choices!

For instance, yesterday, Sat. Jan.29th at 12 noon I started out listening to Jonathan Schwartz on WNYC-FM. At 4:00 I went over to WFUV to listen to Pete Fornatele's "Mixed Bag". At 8:00 I stayed with WFUV for Vince Scelsa's "Idiot's Delight" At 9:00 there is David Garland's movie music show "Movies On The Radio" on WQXR. On WKCR there is Saturday night opera every week. I usually wind up the evening at midnight to 2:00AM with Dan Romanelo's "Group Harmomy Review" (Doo-wop) on WFUV.

Of course, there other good stuff like Phil Schapp's "Salute To Swing" show on WKCR for vintage jazz and "Prairie Home Companion" on WNYC-FM but you get the idea. Radio is alive and well in the Big Apple!