famous holly
July 24, 2007 10:15AM
Re: famous holly
July 24, 2007 11:42PM
Well done, Holly. As a fallback plan, could WCSB avoid playing anything on a major label? If WCSB limited itself only to music only on independent labels, then perhaps the big corporate forces would not bother to lean on WCSB. I wonder how much of WCSB's music content consists of recordings on major corporate labels?
Re: famous holly
July 25, 2007 08:12AM
she should take over the Famous Amos brand and make some cookies.
Re: famous holly
July 26, 2007 09:04AM
Keith's PSA noted a special event at the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame. If CSU administrators again express their wish that WCSB webstreaming would stop, then someone should remind them that Cleveland has a special niche in the worldwide entertainment industry and CSU should stay on the cutting edge of exploiting this niche for WCSB, for CSU, for Cleveland, for the north shore, and for Ohio. Ohio comparatively doesn't have much else developing these days and protecting and promoting and exploiting what it does have seems to be wise.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/26/2007 09:08AM by SpudBoy.
Re: famous holly
July 26, 2007 09:34PM
That would be logical. However, Cleveland is not, as a city or a population. CSU reflects this. As far as majors, (at least in my genre) some bands cross over. Example: Shadows Fall is a big draw, formerly on Century Media. Their new album is on Atlantic, yet they maintained the integrity to keep the label off their shit. Arguably, it could be their best of their 5 releases.

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Re: famous holly
September 07, 2007 04:10AM
Sirius Satellite Radio broadcasts its "Classic Vinyl" channel from Cleveland's rock 'n' roll Hall of Fame.
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