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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Mississippi_Kid, Dec 5, 2017.
no; threw away my last radio a few years back
... do you mean actual live radio shows like Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck and Mark Levin ? Miillions do every day. You may not 'miss it' because you disagree with it or have fallen out of the habit.
We have a great local station in KC, 90.9 the Bridge. They support a ton of local music and live music, and pride themselves on stretching your ear holes. Unlike nearly every other corporate station in KC.
All the things me in the car. I don't listen to CD's anymore though.
I jumped off the SAT radio comparatively quick. I was done with Sirius about 2 years after it took off.
We only really have local FM in NZ, no sat adio or DAB,
where I live there is a dead spot in The signal for about half the drive into the city - so it’s the local station only or static for about half the trip and then RNZ national (kind of like NPR or Radio 4 in the UK) as I get closer to Auckland.
Commercial music radio here is execrable
Strictly while driving for me. 98% of the time it Serius, 60's on 6, or Beatles on 18.
sports talk radio
No, but then radio programs in Japan are pretty bad, as bad as Japanese tv. There is no XM or satellite radio here. I use iTunes radio in my phone and play it as I work or drive.
I used to drive back and forth across America quite a lot, and enjoyed listening to the local radio stations as I passed through cities, counties, and states. You learn a lot about the local culture listening to local stations. My favorite was “Louisiana Proud” KBON.
Yes, but only non-commercial stations that we support (KUVO, one of the best jazz stations in the nation, and KGNU, bluegrass, reggae, BBC & community affairs).