Dan Drayer recently returned to Colorado Public Radio to host KCFR/KVOD Presents. I hope this finally means that KCFR Presents will actually present some interesting local content, rather than just re-broadcast its hodge-podge of NPR documentaries. The first part of the three-part series entitled Shakespeare in American Life was perfect for Saturday afternoon nap-taking--unless you were driving around town! I missed parts two and three. Go figure!
Is this hiring and admission that CPR lacks sufficient programming relative to its amount of staff? If so, I wonder what other brilliant show ideas are in the works! Hey, I have an idea. Why doesn't CPR resurrect Midday Mozart. Mike Flanagan is the General Manager at Radio1190, but Charley Samson still works at KVOD. C'mon, let's repurpose!
Good luck to Dan Drayer with KCFR Presents and Charley Samson with KVOD Presents! It is better to have more people of substance at Colorado Public Radio than more people of process.
But I am confused. What is it that KVOD Presents? Classical Public Radio Network? Once again, Colorado Public Radio, your branding initiative confuses me. I guess that's what happens when Herr Goebbels is put in charge of the process.
Read the latest press release about Dan Drayer from Colorado Public Radio, which attempts to clear up any branding confusion. Still confused? Yeah, me too.