I'm so tired of hearing about radio wars, stations obtaining the most popular disc jockey, capturing the rush-hour listener, etc.
Radio executives should realize that the majority of listeners do what I do, especially if their radio has digital tuning: flip, flip, flip, until they hear a song they like or a station devoid of a blaring commercial at that particular moment.
No one I know holds devotion for any one station. Who cares what the disc jockey says or how many moronic contests they have? We don't!
ANNETTE MASON, Redondo Beach