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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigA View Post
    Although not as much. iHeart sells as a national platform combining on air and online.
    Here in Atlanta, iHeart has 2 stations among the top in billing, WUBL/94-9 The Bull, and WWPW/Power 96-1. The Bull is voice-tracked from 3PM-midnight, and Power 96-1 is voice-tracked from 8PM-midnight and has Ryan Seacrest's syndicated show on from noon-4PM.

    The Beat will need 1 live and local jock for appearances. The other weekday shift is likely to be voice-tracked.

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    That's what you think. I am nowhere near 65.
    USA Dance Mix Atlanta's 24/7 streaming Dance station. (Dance-Disco-House 1977 to today) iTUNES (Electronica section), Tunein, Streema, Nobex, Ootunes, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg75 View Post
    That's what you think. I am nowhere near 65.
    It's not just what I think. Statistically the radio stations that program early 60s music appeal mostly to listeners over 65. That's why they've been dropping that music, and instead focusing on the 80s.

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    Yes the other Hip-Hop stations are very limited with their music. A larger playlist is a good thing and will draw in more listeners.
    USA Dance Mix Atlanta's 24/7 streaming Dance station. (Dance-Disco-House 1977 to today) iTUNES (Electronica section), Tunein, Streema, Nobex, Ootunes, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregg75 View Post
    A larger playlist is a good thing and will draw in more listeners.
    What we've seen in numerous studies is the larger the playlist, the smaller the audience. The most popular radio stations have a very narrowly focused playlist.

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