I’ve pointed before, but it’s worth pointing again: KPIG is an excellent example of how commercial radio doesn’t have to be generic and faceless. Here’s how they describe themselves:
We’re an anachronism — a throwback to the days when real DJs picked out the music, and listeners expected something more from a radio station than just a couple of hundred songs repeated over and over, with some “big voice” guy yelling about how great it all is. We’re also — to the amazement of all of the radio “professionals” who make the rules we thumb our noses at — very successful, though we try not to let it go to our heads.
Next time you find yourself wishing for more than Kirk and Kerri Wynne in the morning, drop over to listen to the live KPIG Internet stream.