Subject: Re: Banned Christmas Music? December 10th 2018, 12:44 pm
A station in San Francisco did the same thing, banning the song after receiving around 100 letters asking them to stop playing the song. Then the station manager decided to put it up to a vote of their listeners. At last count they had over 10,000 responses and 91% were in favor of the song being played.
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Subject: Re: Banned Christmas Music? December 6th 2018, 1:50 pm
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Dan Walker Senior Member 75+ Posts
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Subject: Re: Banned Christmas Music? December 6th 2018, 8:04 am
There is something wrong when a radio station would bow so low as to ban a song because of some idiots opinion. I see this type of thing in a lot of areas and I wonder what this world is coming to. I just don't se why people can't mind their own business. Dan in Calgary
atwaterkent Senior Member 75+ Posts
Join date : 2018-06-17
Subject: Banned Christmas Music? December 6th 2018, 6:21 am
I recently read about a Cleveland radio station that has banned the playing of an old classic Christmas song, "Baby, it's cold outside". It's remarkable what a relatively few people can read into an innocent and enjoyable Christmas song and decide it shouldn't be played. It's scary when the nuts can become censors. The station was wrong to ban it, another case of spineless management.