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I find I mostly listen to commercials. Oftentimes, when the music starts, I find it "objectionable" on some level and change the station to the next one that's playing commercials. It does seem that most of the stations around here all play the same handful of commercials.
*I* have FIVE Quality Posts! no, seriously...how did that happen?!
quality posts: 5
Radio is my last resort if my Zune HD's battery is dead and my phone's battery is low and I'm tired of the CDs in my car. Otherwise, it's on to Pandora to find new music to download (legally) free-of-charge on the Marketplace.
There are 10 types of people in this world: those who understand binary, and those who don't.
quality posts: 34
Public radio! My car has a janky radio/music-player, so instead I just hook up my Zune and play the radio on +30min drives. Public radio is awesome, but it's pointless to listen to it for less than 30 minutes; I miss too much of whatever the specific programming story/thing is at the moment, and I usually don't have the time to sit in the car and finish listening. Here, it's WBEZ: basically NPR plus Chicago programming plus BBC World News all the time. It's really solid, informative, engaging listening; I'm proud of our public radio station!
I rose in rainy autumn and walked abroad in a shower of all my days.
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Public Radio ALL THE TIME. I listen to my local Public Radio station on the radio, or on the net. They have the most diverse programming, and have great local news. If you are anywhere from Beacon, NY to Canada, Worchester, MA to Rome, NY, check out WAMC. Many have called WAMC the best public radio station on the air. Check them out on the web at wamc.org.
"Understanding is a three-edged sword."
quality posts: 10
Before my hearing got really bad, I used to love NPR. Too bad radio isn't closed caption. Also, I used to enjoy the public radio show on Saturday mornings called 'Car Talk'. Wonder if that's still on?
10 quality post! Whoo hoo! I'M SOMEBODY!!!