tuned wrote:Here's one
"All music stations are similar in inventory levels. It then becomes a debate of 1) do you want the music to be interrupted more often for shorter breaks, or 2) interrupted less often for longer. If you actually did a comparison of stations that do "X in a row" versus stations that don't, their inventory levels are relatively the same. It's all done in creative clock building to accommodate the inventory levels mandated by corporate. It's about creating perceptions of playing more music than the competitor while still delivering the same amount of inventory. I find it funny when people trash "X in a row" like it's a waste of time (I've seen posts here before about it). Anyone believes that has virtually zero comprehension of how radio is absorbed by a listener... and you're missing the fundamental essence of radio success - understanding and controlling PERCEPTIONS."
I'm still not seeing where I said I believe in the way corps do things. I was simply giving insight into what programmers do/don't have the pleasure of manipulating themselves.
Go for another try Tuned?