I really like the new format of the Los Angeles Radio
Guide. It is larger in size and is much easier to read,
not only because of larger print but also because the
overall layout is so much better. I especially
appreciated the various articles about KUSC Radio. They
all appeared to be forthright yet fair in their content.
Found the article on Arbitron very interesting
[Nov./Dec. 1996 issue]. Where else can a radio fan get
that kind of behind-the-scenes info. Thanks for the
mention of Dr. David Viscott and of Warren Kolodny
(KCRW). I will miss them both.
Oldies Variety, Please!
In the Nov./Dec. issue, I read with interest the
letter from Tom Adams of Monrovia about oldies radio in
L.A. I couldn't agree more. Oldies radio in L.A. is a
joke to any real oldies fan. I guess the so-called oldies
stations can't afford to buy records so they have to keep
playing the same 200 or 300 over and over and over. Come
on, station managers! There's a real market for some
variety oldies. Maybe Tom Adams will loan you some of his
'K-Ace' Enjoys the Radio Guide
I enjoy reading the Los Angeles Radio Guide at the
radio station that I work at, KACE-FM. Thank you for a
great publication, and keep up the good work!
Fun to See Voices' Faces
I really enjoy your magazine. I like to see the faces
and read the stories behind the voices. Keep up the good
Net Photos of Dr. Joy Browne Wanted
Thank you for signing me up for the Los Angeles Radio
Guide. It is a great magazine! Your Internet site Radio
Guide USA:, (www.radioguide.com) is very impressive: good
reading, informative and nicely done. I would like to see
a picture of and read about Dr. Joy Browne, whose radio
program is broadcast on 710 AM KTZN weekdays 12 midnight
to 5 a.m. Even though her show is not local, I hope you
will consider including it in a future edition. It's fun
to see the pictures you provide in the magazine.
Jean of Carson rambles on when on the air and likewise
rambles on when in print. She needed approximately 750
words to let us know she enjoys Radio Guide and wishes it
was a weekly "zine." Please Jean, condense and
get to the point!