"Here's a question for the Can-con experts? Would Jody Miller's recording of "Snowbird" - from a 1970 Nashville session - be considered Canadian content by the CRTC? If so, might AM740 not add it to the playlist as…"
"Have I deserted AM740 altogether? No. On Friday nights I'm usually listening to Brian Peroff's show. Also, the music played after 7:00 pm on a weeknight is often quite good - CanCon notwithstanding. Between 7 and 10 - if the talk shows are…"
"Refuge on the Internet
If the good folks with the CRTC are going to keep their mitts off of the Internet, we Canadian fans of older tunes may have to turn our attention there. If the Can-Con rules - which are playing such a big part in scaring…"
"Eyes on a Younger Audience
Please allow me to follow up my comment below with the admission that I suspect that what is happening with the Sixties at Six is all part of an attempt to - somehow - attract a younger audience. The thinking seems to be…"
"Re: Sixties at Six
Until about 6:50, I thought I was listening to CFOS. The good folks in Owen Sound never play anything - on their Sixties at Six show - that predates 1964, and even at that the only songs from 1964 they play are by the Fab Four.…"
"Darcey Q said:I agree with you JED. I looked up the rules:"Under the Commercial Radio Policy, 35 per cent of all music aired each week on all AM and FM stations must be Canadian. In addition, 35 per cent of music broadcast between 6 a.m. and 6…"
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