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Old 10-11-2005, 07:18 PM   #1
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Default here is how we bring back wax42

listen y'all i know it's been said before but if we keep complaining to the sirius headquarters we can get wax put back on.....i was talking to this chick who works for sirius and she told me if we keep complaining there is a good chance they'll bring it back....she said they brought some christian station back after it was cancelled cuz this dude kept complaining. i ain't knockin anybody but c'mon who even listens to that shit. hip hop is one of their biggest fanbases. i am gonna send and email with all the peeps who posted to bring back wax and let them know how unhappy a lot of us are. you peoples should do the same so hit em up and let em know what's the deal. the email adress is ideas@sirius-radio.com. The phone # is 212-584-5100.....as saigon said LET EM KNOW!!!
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Old 10-15-2005, 01:30 PM   #2
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Well Dre, it would shock you how much Christian music sells and how popular it is. But that doesn't matter because that audience is the desired demographic, we (the Hip-Hop/R&B audience) are not. If this were the TV show Lost, we would be "the others". Give them two stations for each genre to shut them up, then we can go on and add 30 rock stations. And I don't think massive writing campaigns will help.
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Old 10-15-2005, 01:37 PM   #3
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Well Dre, it would shock you how much Christian music sells and how popular it is. But that doesn't matter because that audience is the desired demographic, we (the Hip-Hop/R&B audience) are not. If this were the TV show Lost, we would be "the others". Give them two stations for each genre to shut them up, then we can go on and add 30 rock stations. And I don't think massive writing campaigns will help.
Alas, I agree with Troglodyte. Many people can email, write, phone and it isnt likely it will make a difference. The audience they are playing to isnt going include much more than a couple channels of my ethnic and demo catgeory.
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Old 10-20-2005, 01:56 PM   #4
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i would keep it up because maybe they will have bigger plans for the BIG lister/ box buyer group that listens
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