Where are the set lists? Where are the air checks?
O my droogies, I’ve got busy. The show continues to happen every Wednesday as before and ever shall that be. But I stopped providing air checks because it’s just so easy for you to record it yourself, painlessly and for free, and even get an email reminder when it’s ready. See the “Record this show” button over on the left? Click it. You’ll need to set up an account, but it’s easy and they don’t ask for credit card numbers or bombard you with spam. So do that.
And I haven’t been posting playlists simply because it takes time. Not a lot of time, but some time. And I haven’t perceived that anybody thinks it’s a particularly high-value thing anyway. If I’m wrong, do let me know. There’s an email link over on the right.
What am I doing that makes me shirk my self-assigned duties to the army of six weird listeners? I’m involved with a regional events magazine, a startup currently three issues in, called What’s Up In The Valley. It’s filling a gaping hole around here: There’s local papers with limited calendars, and a handout newsprint music monthly that’s mostly bars and bands that’s doing a decent enough job at what it covers, but there’s so much more that goes under the radar. Here’s March, here’s April. It’s currently saturation mailed to over 12,200 addresses in WOOL’s broadcast area, and another 1,800 placed in pedestrian bundles. And does it ever take a lot of time.
I’m also now WOOL’s administrator and semi-tech guy.
So that’s what’s up.
Update: OK, one more aircheck for Megan, who is now set up with the “Record This Show” button up there on the left. You can do it too! Free, automatic, non-spamming.
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