RAY-DIO - Superstarcase by Kenny Beck 09/25/2011
When in the course of human events it has become necessary to stop listening to crr-rap and start tuning into the most engaging sort of content that not only soothes the savage beast but gets your adrenal glands pumping, your heart rate racing - help us build Superstarcase Ray-Dio to more exacting specifications that can serve you better. Radio as always served a main
purpose as a local event/community barker. Why should that be any different now? We have enough mediums to suffice bringing national and global information right to our door. Perhaps it's time we really shape radio as a more intimate local resource that becomes engaged with local and community affairs in a deep and thought provoking manner, more like a physical member of the community who feels what we feel, who is affected in the way we are when something important takes place where we live. We can also revamp it some what to help locals address issues that have significant bearing on our schools, health facilities, entertainment activities and most importantly all member segments of a community in a way that is less intrusive than, let's say television.
I'm not saying that we can not have national or international reports that have serious underpinnings to the way of life of a community, which is part of the society. Rather, I am trying to lean in the direction of any new development in the media being skewed towards more relative pursuits and endeavors designed to raise the level of "quality of life" of a community rather than the lining of pockets of advertisers. After-all, isn't this part of the reason why there is such a backlash against advertisers now (shoppers not shopping and spending like they used to)? Of course those who are brilliant marketeers out there will put this experience down singularly to a bad recessionary economy, but I beg to differ and insist that a wary eye need be cast in the direction of over-zealous product purveyors trying to squeeze out every dime they can from a consumer who is simply tired of buying into their game.