Cyrus is going to share screen with Bret Michaels on ABC's "Good Morning America" live from Central Park tomorrow.
"That's, like, some idiot being an idiot."
-- Miley Cyrus on Ryan Seacrest's radio show
Do YOU have any thoughts on the Hilton-Cyrus brouhaha? I've altered my comments section to make it easier for folks to leave legitimate ones!
My computer has been acting really strange... Entrecards I've visited on other blogs have been displaying some weird messages like "#Cookie script" and "java:error" - I'm wondering if the computer's registry could be corrupted? Nope, just checked, it's okay...
While on Entrecard, I've run across articles by various bloggers debating the merits of the program. I'm sticking with it, because of my association with EC I now have at least 30 blogs in my reader that regularly publish what I consider to be outstanding content, incluidng stand-outs like Orient Lodge, People You Need To Know, The Fitness Diva, HealthnutwannabeMom, SFI and so many more.
Folks from around the upper Hudson Valley remember Mike Tyson from back in the old days under the tutelage of Cus D'Amato. Min has the latest on what Mikey's been up to :::
Miss Info :::Mike Tyson remininsces about his friendship with Tupac, also Pac’s Birthday Show in Atlanta - Had he lived, Wednesday, June 16 would have been Tupac Shakur’s 39th birthday. And Shaheem/MTV sent over this fascinating memory shared by Iron Mike.
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The other morning I tweeted "Funny on Fly92 everyday we hear the same 2 or 3 songs during 5 2 drive, like "Beautiful Girls" 4:53 AM Jun 16th via txt"
For years and years from the 1950s through the 1970s, when AM radio was king, WTRY in its "Great 98" heyday spoiled the Capital region silly with its eclectic mix of pop hits, cutting edge music and "exclusives." It's the radio station that drove songs like "Don't let Me Sleep Too Long," "Hey Joe" (Tim Rose version)," and David McCallums's "Communication" to Number One in sales in the area.
60s-70s radio was very regional. If you looked at the WTRY Top 30 side by side with one from KRLA in Los Angeles and tossed in a few sound surveys from Denver and Montreal, you would find songs that were #1 at one station, not appearing in any of the other lists, and vice-veresa.In retrospect, New York City's WABC was the template for todays consultant-driven "corporate radio approach" to music programming, wher it's not unusual to hear the same songs, sometimes in the same order, played over and over and over again. Oddly enough, New York City broke out of the WABC template in the mid to late 1980s when stations like Hot103 (now Hot97) arrived on the FM scene.
Locally, Albany-Schenectady-Troy suddenly became a consultant's heaven. Whenever people talked about radio here they mentioned how the same songs are played over and over again ad nauseum.
About a month ago I blogged that I was impressed with Fly92's playlist, and hoped it would last. Usually when something is "working" in Albany, a higher-up decides "change" is needed, and that's the end of that. But with the rise of Fly92's popular "Five to Drive" I've noticed the same songs getting airtime within 35 minutes before or after the daily 0735 airing of the contest. Coincidence or poor programming?
In January 2003, a WFLY-FM program director was provided use of a Miami hotel room for playing "Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda" by Brian McNight and putting it on the Albany, N.Y., station's playlist... ~ Michael GormleyThe proper defense to accusations of playing the same few songs over and over might involve borrowing the old WABC philosophy, applied whenever anyone questioned 770's choice of music: "We only play the hits." In actuality, WABC could create a hit with almost any 45. One rock group frontamn stated "If it gets played on WABC, it's automatically a national hit."