Listen to NEW MUSIC on our radio series "Lost and Found" - highlighting many new releases not heard on commercial radio.
Learn more about how you can help to improve radio programming in your area. Our Radio Reform page has many useful LINKS and suggestions on how you can become more involved.
OPEN LETTER TO RADIO - December 2015
MUSIC IN THE 21ST CENTURY
I was fortunate to grow up in the 60's and 70's - when FM radio was new - and many radio playlists were driven by the on-going discovery of NEW MUSIC. You never knew what new sounds you might discover - and the DJ's played songs based on merit (they actually liked it) and hoped that the listener would enjoy it too.
The radio and music business is much different today. New technology has changed the way that people listen to and discover music. Terrestrial radio still exists but the airwaves are often filled with the same old songs, played over and over again until ad nauseum.
There may be exceptions for hearing new music on terrestrial radio these days - but besides college radio - these stations are far and few between.
While the internet and You Tube have helped to get NEW MUSIC heard - there are still many parts of the population that cannot afford a computer or internet access.
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Read our "Fixing Radio" proposal - offering a solution to improve music programming on commercial radio. The "New Music/Radio Survey" invites the public to preview and rate NEW MUSIC for the public airwaves!
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