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Classical Music: Could There Be an App for That?

First of all, sorry for the hiatus!  Took a week off in early October to visit family and friends across New England, then upon returning it was time for WFIU’s pledge drive, which consumed many of my waking hours for eleven days.  I’ve been playing catch-up ever since, and am just now getting around to […]

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Posts will be sparse for a few weeks

Hello, all. I have a massively busy week this week and I’m on vacation next week (Oct. 6-10), then after that I’ll be bogged down with pledge drive prep when I return.  Point being – I probably won’t be posting all that much. This reminds me, though, that I should try to find some guest […]

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Comings, Goings, and Opportunities

Time for another round-up of personnel news in classical broadcasting.  If you know of any other news or job postings, please add them to the comments section! 2014 has been a time of transition at KMFA in Austin, Texas.  Music director (and early music specialist) Sara Hessel announced her impending departure in the spring, and […]

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Classical Music: Relaxing or Stimulating…or Both?

The most important classical music presentation at this year’s Public Radio Program Directors conference involved the results of a survey conducted by Coleman Insights, presented by Joe Eskola, Director of Research at Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media.  It was a lengthy presentation, and I’ve delve into it in more detail in a later […]

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