With this episode we have officially been producing the show for one calendar quarter. Since this is such a new endeavor, we thought it would be useful to reflect on how the show is going, looking at the possibility of turning Radio Survivor into a syndicated radio show, and examining how well we’re getting at some of our foundational questions, like “what is good radio?” We also remember radio journalist and producer Kellia Ramares-Watson, who passed away on August 18.
In College Radio Watch Jennifer Waits tells us about the college radio experience of one member of indie rock band Vampire Weekend, and about a contest for college students to make a commercial to promote the NextRadio app. Finally, in Lasar’s Letter on Radio, Matthew explores alternatives to those predictable “top 100” classical composition polls that show up on classical radio websites over the holidays.
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