Sunday, June 25, 2017

Adams Radio Group kidnapped Crank and killed rock and roll

Yeah, Crank has been kidnapped or something, but let's get to the real news.  Adams Radio Group killed rock and roll.

Let's face it.  Adams Radio Group is small potatoes in the radio world.  When a company needs to stoop to buying rights to the syndicated program, The Billy Madison Show, a show dedicated to selling tattoos and sex, one can pretty much guess listeners won't hear any groundbreaking programming, cutting edge music, or at least a tidbit of factoids about the songs or groups we've all heard hundreds of times every year for the last forty years.

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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Crank, aka Andrew Murr, aka Andrew Martin returns after a year absence

It's been a bit over a year, but Crank has returned to the radio.  He's not Crank.  He's not Andrew Murr.  No, he comes to us this time as Andrew Martin.  You can find Andrew Martin, aka Andrew Murr, aka Crank, over on WXCY New Country on 103.7 FM out of Havre de Grace, MD.

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Saturday, April 2, 2016

The thieves returned Jason Lee

Two or three months ago, someone stole Jason Lee's job.  I'm not going to name names because it is unknown if an H2A worker from Mexico was hired to change the automated tape or Mr. Automated Programming seized control of Jason's time slot as the super computer secretly directed the development of droids in Chinese factories to help it takeover the world.  The droids haven't shown up on our Walmart shelves yet, so it's probably safe to say Adams Radio Group may have had a role in the theft of Jason Lee's job, if only by hiring the Mexican worker to change tapes, but there's not enough evidence to of now.

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Saturday, January 16, 2016

Who stole Jason Lee's job?

Short answer - Mr. Automated Programming. 

The face of radio is changing and if you ever thought about becoming a broadcasting star, don't think you are limited to the stations your car radio tunes in.  You can go there and beyond.

While Adams Radio Group continues to make a muskrat's patootie of themselves with their programming decisions, it's time for the real talent with broadcasting dreams on Delmarva to take control and think beyond the radio dial.

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Saturday, January 2, 2016

Sarah and Corey back together again!

Delmarva has a new radio station, 102.5 FM WBOC.  After seventy-five years, our familiar TV station is returning to its radio roots with an adult contemporary format.

A new radio station normally is not something to get excited over, but for our faithful readers, you know we got our start as WZBH Critics.  Even though three of us have moved on, the two of us remaining look forward to the proposed morning show on the new station as it will be hosted by WZBH alumni Sarah and Corey.

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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Foreigners seized our radio station

When Matt and Crank first aired their particularly offensive show on Aug 19, 2010, there was no doubt in my mind the foreigners needed to go.  Sure, they claimed to be American, but both were from the other side of The Bay and didn't belong here.  They were rude, infantile hypocrites and quite simply weren't worthy enough to slum around with the microbes devouring the abundant chicken manure on the Shore.  Thank God Matt Walsh is long gone from the Delmarva scene.  Wherever that man walks, fungal and mold destruction is bound to flourish.

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Friday, March 27, 2015

Crank's final farewell

As a service to Crank's fans who may not be on FaceBook, we reproduce his farewell as he posted on FaceBook here without comment. 

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