Dec 18, 2006
WETA-FM in Washington, D.C., might return to airing classical music if the city's sole classical outlet, a commercial station, switches to sports news, reports the Washington Post. WETA abandoned classical for news/talk last year after losing audience for some time. The Post's Marc Fisher praises the potential return to classical: "Finally, the notion that public radio exists to serve the public in ways that commercial radio cannot or will not crept back to center stage." Meanwhile, pubradio consultant John Sutton calls it "a lost opportunity for all of public radio."
Posted by Mike at 12:34 PM