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Letters: WHBY made poor programming choice

6:00 PM, Apr. 18, 2013  |  Comments

We contacted management at the radio station WHBY to complain about the disappearance of the morning live local talk show broadcasts with Bill Sebastian. Bill's program was the best, most intelligent and interactive program on WHBY.

Each weekday at 8:06 a.m., we hear them say "the voice of the Fox Cities" and immediately WHBY begins to air the America's Radio News from Washington, D.C. - broadcasts that consist of the same news being repeated, discussed and rehashed for the next 2 hours. The hosts often talk over each other and their guests. Too much of their daily programming is national so we don't get to hear local news or events.

I have decided to switch to another station, which means we don't hear advertisements and events about the Fox Valley. Those businesses then lose out on our business.

WHBY should reconsider and bring back what we need and want or they'll continue to lose their audience.

Martha Andrew,

Town of Menasha

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