Feedback: One Vote for "The Unconventionals, One Against Using "Obamacare"
Last Sunday evening, we aired the pilot episode of a new public radio program called, “The Unconventionals” featuring, among other businesses, Lexington’s Big Ass Fans.
(sound from the program)
We solicited comments both for the producers and for our use and here’s what Mary had to say, “I love this show. I always like hearing how companies got started and what they do to survive and grow. Thinking out of the box as it were. It's great advice for anyone thinking about starting their own business. I hope you are able to keep this show on the air."
On Facebook, we received the following from Roger, “I love your station, and I'm happy to live in a section of the country that still has access to classical music as well as the informational programs on two other NPR stations. However, please let the host of Midday Classics know that every time he sighs into the microphone I feel like I'm giving him a lung exam. It really drives me crazy to hear such amateurish behavior from an otherwise fine broadcaster.”
And finally, Dee wrote to us during last week’s Eastern Standard show on Kentucky’s health exchange, Kynect, “Please drop the term 'Obamacare' and use 'Affordable Care Act.' There are those who actually think they are two entities.”
We’re interested in your feedback in any form. Leave a voice message at 859-622-1657 or send it by e-mail to: WEKU at eku dot edu. Then tune in again next Monday at 6:33 and 8:49 am or 5:33 pm for Listener Feedback on 88-9, WEKU.