Saturday, January 9, 2010
We need Howard back on earth Chuck Geiger
The barbs he would cast at all of the major broadcast companies for letting high profile morning shows go the way of the pay phone. He would bring out the truth, the operators blaming the firings on the meter and the talent not measuring up to the demands of electronic monitoring of listening. The strung together programming from central power centers, stations with no visible talent during Boy Scout tours. Here meet our digital playback system kids.
Most of all he will hail a ball of fury at talent for letting this happen, everyone too afraid of losing their jobs to say anything about the disheartening situation in radio today. I for one hope he comes back to terrestrial radio and soon. But, who would be his employer? The same people he would crucify, but then that's Howard!