Tuesday, April 06, 2004

Byron York on Liberal Radio on National Review Online

"For example, there is a growing controversy in New York over the new identity of WLIB. Some listeners who were loyal to the black-oriented message of the station — as well as its Caribbean-music programming — are angry at the ownership for leasing most of WLIB's broadcast day to the mostly-white Air America team. "Air America is in no way offering a satisfactory substitute for local community programming," one activist told the New York Daily News."

Haha...that's hillarious. It's kinda like when NHPR went to a news-talk format from the old news-classical format. But also, you'd think they'd try not to piss off the minority audience. This is typical patronization from the liberal elites.

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