A pair of on-air jobs just popped up, one paid in Massachusetts, one volunteer in Oregon: Classical Music Host, New England Public Radio, Amherst, MA New England Public Radio (WFCR and WNNZ) seeks an experienced classical music broadcaster to program and host WFCR’s long-running and successful daytime classical programming, and to be the “classical voice” […]
Emily Kurlinski is joining me on the blog. You can read all about her here. Emily lives and works in radio and music in Chattanooga and is waaaay younger than I am. WELCOME EMILY! May I retire now?
Bummer, dude. Wilmington is losing the 24-hour classical station it gained in 2011 when Davis Media bought the frequencies 95.9 FM and 1180 AM and renamed the combo Bach Radio. Wilmingtonbiz.com reports that Not everyone was in favor of the move, however. 95.9 FM and 1180 AM were both home to Bach Radio, the only station in Wilmington […]
A lot can happen in a year. Just ask the staff and supporters of Delmarva Public Radio as they enter the future with new management, new equipment, and new opportunities to serve the classical community on the Eastern Shore. DPR’s stations WSDL and WSCL received their proclamation of doom back in 2012. Their Licensee, the […]