"The Drive" is doing what it needs to do in order to survive the corporate needs/structure, plain and simple. People need to remember the definition/components of any corporation. (And it ain't you and me, sadly.)
Anyone who was able to listen and enjoy radio of decades past was lucky. Unless things change, the future for terrestrial radio is a "has been." As you travel the country, you might from time to time come across a nice, local, unique station actually serving the needs of the community and decent music variety. One great example that comes to mind is WDOR AM-FM up in Wisconsin. On certain DX days, it's an interesting over/under skip on WLIT.
WDRV / WDDV is nothing like it was during its first 3-4-5 years of operation.
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