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January 16, 2005

Air America Coming to D.C. & Podcasting

This is probably old news, but I just learned that Air America Radio will start broadcasting in D.C. tomorrow morning. Say hello Progressive Radio AM 1260. it sounds great, except that I already have access to too many good radio programs I don't have the time to listen to, so this will only add to that problem. I guess that's a pretty good problem to have, though—better than having nothing you ever want to hear. If Air America and NPR would embrace podcasting (and at least one NPR program already has) , I could probably listen to excellent radio every waking hour of my days. That probably wouldn't help me do all of the work I actually need to do these days, but it would be pretty cool, nonetheless. Speaking of podcasting: I read blogs that seem to be talking about nothing else these days. Do any readers of this blog create podcasts or actually use a podcast feed aggregator and listen to podcasts? And speaking of aggregators, is Bloglines a copyright infringer?

Posted January 16, 2005 08:58 AM | general politics meta-blogging

they had Air America in Madison, but it was still propaganda talk. being liberal didn't make much easier to listen to.

Posted by: monica at January 16, 2005 10:06 AM

Air America's problem isn't the content, it's the lack of on-air talent.

Posted by: Brian at January 17, 2005 03:34 AM

while i agree with that article, i still think that the format/message/content is what's bad.

it's just not going to be a successful network. what works for the right does not always work for the left.

Posted by: monica at January 17, 2005 09:36 AM

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