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Five (Mitchell Davis) reasons why radio sucks

A single word of advice for Mitchell Davis: decaf.

Still, despite the jump cut hyper-frenetic shtick, some of his five reasons why radio sucks resonate: too narrow a range of selections, dumb deejays making dumb noises, too many commercials, too many bleeps on songs that just shouldn’t be played, and making great tunes boring by playing them every other tune.

On the other hand, there are other kinds of radio stations besides the Clear Channel / Cumulus / CBS variety: college, community, Internet indie . . . try them Mitchell, you might like them.

Anyway, watch the rant and decide for yourself.



3 Responses to Five (Mitchell Davis) reasons why radio sucks

  1. RPC October 14, 2013 at 1:20 pm #

    Five reasons why over use of jump cuts in internet should be punished by penalty of death.

  2. Rolf Wouters October 14, 2013 at 1:42 pm #

    Well, all the more reason to go back to old vinyl music.
    DJ’s who master the skills of LP music will care for that music, not for commerce.

    It looks like you have got an turntable over there!

  3. USB October 14, 2013 at 1:44 pm #

    Looks like the radio is not the problem but the guys operating it.

    Luckily there is mp3 and USB so we can listen our own music!

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