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Susanne Halverson letter: Good music on 1660 needs to find home

To the devoted listeners of 1660 AM, "Music of your life," who now have no radio station to listen to, I have contacted Westwood One, the company that produces this programming. They have many affiliates in our area, and I will be contacting the ...

To the devoted listeners of 1660 AM, "Music of your life," who now have no radio station to listen to, I have contacted Westwood One, the company that produces this programming. They have many affiliates in our area, and I will be contacting the local radio stations to consider picking up this programming.

Since the many listeners of this programming most certainly have ample disposable income, I believe this will make this format of programming attractive to potential advertisers. I myself have turned at least 30 people onto this programming, and have had an employer start advertising on this program.

The void created by not having this program is deep. Perhaps there will be foresight for quality programming from another radio station.

I encourage other listeners to convey your feelings of this change/loss.

Susanne Halverson

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Fergus Falls, Minn.

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