Monday, May 28, 2007

Where I wont go with my Voice: Radiodaddy edition

What a silly reactionary response to the popularity of podcasting...

I'll just let the "Radio Daddy" explain in his own words:

"For years the licensed broadcasters on RadioDaddy have complained about the kids and unprofessional people that run podcasts and internet stations. While there are many exceptions to this, for the most part they were right. So before a flame war begins, let me just say that I have a lot of internet stations on some podcasters whom are friends and they produce highly professional products and services. Unfortunatly with the ease of producing low quality podcasts and internet stations, children and the feable minded have become the majority operators of these. Thus, we have created as a haven for traditional broadcasters to come and hang out and share their work together."

I've left the misspellings in, "feable minded" indeed.
See folks it's this kind of "you can't play on our playground" kind of mentality that really sparks content consumers up. Traditional media has been in such decline, why not alienate even MORE of the audience. Do they think they're eliminating competition maybe?

Also, such arrogance over a medium they didn't create.

You can read the rest here.
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