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  • The college radio here at UNC (WXYC [wxyc.com]) was one of the first to be broadcast on air (if not the first) and it's still going.

    Jason

    • The New Mexico "media market" is strange for many reasons, one of which being that the college radio stations aren't like college radio at all -- one (KUNM) is prenty much just straight NPR plus some local call-in/politics shows, and the other is pretty much 24/7 North-Mexican oompah music.

      The only station like real college radio, is the quite good Radio Free Santa Fe. [kbac.com] It's still not optimal tho -- you're more likely to turn on and hear a 15-year-old track of Sting singing in Portugese, than to hear someth

  • I cycle between the local (ATL) alterna-mainstream station (WNNX, 99.7) and a college station (WRAS, 88.5 Georgia State) (well, and WSB for talk/news/traffic). I'll switch from WNNX to WRAS when the former plays something I'm getting tired of hearing for the 9th time that day (*cough*Creed*cough*).

    I'm 99% likely to hear something I've never heard before when I do so. But the problem is that there's a whelk's chance in a supernova that I'll hear that song again the next time I tune in.

  • I download music to get ahold of old recordings that can't be obtained anymore. But then, I don't listen to music like most people who are downloading. I have a few CD's which I listen to over and over (making others around me sick, but I love it), and they mostly consist of classical, new age, and movie soundtracks.

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    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers