Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Change brings mixed reception for WDET

'Few topics engage or inflame radio listeners as much as the state of public radio. Talk to listeners whose favorite show was dumped by Detroit Public Radio WDET-FM (101.9) in last September's purge, and they sincerely believe that dropping a variety of local music shows is putting 'DET on the path to becoming just another corporate adult contemporary station. But to others, WDET is still one of the few Detroit outlets that consistently plays local music, jazz, blues and techno as part of a diverse mix of music.'
Detroit News


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