As for our content not being live 24 hours a day it’s called a “format”.
In Cornwall for example there’s one radio station that has an interesting and lively bit of chat in the morning and then seems to patch into its mother ship for feeds and syndicated programming.
Nothing wrong with that. Stations choose their formats. At this stage in the infancy of our RADIO STATION we simply are choosing to focus on issue based programming which you can listen to any time after via podcast and of course for free via iTunes on your iPhone or iPod.
We expect in the future that “convergence” will radically change how people read their newspapers, listen to the radio, watch TV & Movies, and generally communicate with each other.
Mr. A we’d be happy to discuss this further with you at any point if you ever care too as the future of media in Cornwall Ontario is one of our favorite subjects.
I personally feel that all cities need locally owned media with local content provided by local people who hopefully will work for more than some of the slave wages paid by corporate media companies to their overworked and much under appreciated staff.
Cheers and thanks to all of our viewers this Easter weekend. May your holiday be safe, healthy, happy, and enjoyable.
Jamie Gilcig – The Cornwall Free News & SeawayRADIO.com
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