How would you guys like to have some "Old Time Radio" programs aired?
Abbot and Costello...Fibber McGee and Molly...The Lone Ranger...Etc.
Also...Is there anything that you guys might like to hear that isn't currently being aired?
Hi Mike, I think some would like that. I seldom am able to listen during hours when no scheduled speakers are on,so I doubt if I would tune in except in the evening. But I can't speak for others who may like to have you do that.
My husband likes to listen to old time radio shows on the Internet. However, his biggest complaint about the stations he listens to is that they keep repeating the same show schedules over and over. Thought I'd share that in case you find the info helpful. He listens for hours at a time while he's playing an online game. Occasional listeners who don't listen for extended periods of time may not notice the repetition, I suppose.
Me, personally, I don't listen to much Internet radio. If I listen to a "talk" show, such as your scheduled speakers, then that is what I concentrate on. I may play a mindless game while listening. But I do very little casual listening to radio online because I'm usually doing something I want to concentrate on and find background radio to be distracting.
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Post by Michael J Loomis on Jan 24, 2010 13:57:03 GMT -5
Thank you all so much for the feedback.
Bev...Yeah...I hear what your hubby is saying. Most people listen to stations off and on. It is a very small percentage that actually tune in and leave it all day. I do play the pre-recorded teachings two times a day and the short features(Gary DeMar, 3 Minute Sanctuary) 4 times a day. It's almost like a balancing act. You don't want to repeat too much...But you do want to reach as many as possible with relevant content.
I'm thinking I'll only do the old time radio shows on the weekends. If I were to do it everyday, we would run out of content rather quickly.
Now if I could just find some kids programming that didn't have a futurist bent. 8)