In an age in which news and music are widely available, there are few things that distinguish a radio station as a local radio station. With KCBX’s decision to eliminate their complete community calender and now the Board of Supervisors’ meetings, I feel they have lost touch with what makes a station a community-based station. Without these very local programs, KCBX becomes just another outlet for news and music and not the community station that I have supported for all these years.
I encourage others to let their thoughts be known regarding these issues. There is no better way to get to know your elected officials than listening to the way they conduct our business.
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