Bernard Chasan wrote:
>>NPR has a duty to serve the entire public. Not just the high brow members
>>of this and other mailing lists. I don't mean to lecture (and since I
>>make my entire living as a professional musician, I think that I have
>>some authority to make this statement), but music simply doesn't interest
>>everyone. There is a diversity of opinions, a diversity of talents and
>>interests, and several million paying customers to entertain (yes, that's
>>what I said, entertain) in the listenership of National Public Radio.
>No disagreement there-
Well, I'm not a citizen but PBS has no compunctipon about asking Canadians
for money, so (I used to subsrcibe until I noticed that the *only* time
KCTS Seattle noticed that Canada was next door was during pledge
Why does NPR have a duty to serve the "entire public"? Much of the
public (presumably) is already being served by commercial radio, should
Does PBS really need Austin City Lilmits?
Does *anyone* need Charlie Rose....
Deryk Barker <[log in to unmask]>