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6-20-2008 @ 2:44PM
I tried to listen to wowradio per wowinsider's recommendation but promptly got very annoyed with the continual references (read, memes) to their commercials (the same 3 play repeatedly) in their talk shows. The whole thing is an ad, with a few excellent commentaries from wowinsider strewn very sparsely inside. There is only so much of "FULL THROTTLE HATERADE!!!#@$!$" you can take- it feels like a channel full of 12 year old newbs.My point of this little rant is that I really hope you can post your wonderful show somewhere else; say, over a podcast. Until that point, I know -i- won't be able to listen to it, unfortunately.
6-20-2008 @ 3:15PM
Hey Cente_ddr,I'll field this one on behalf of the guys at WoW Radio. Firstly, sorry for having seemingly lost a listener from the show, it's something we never like to hear. We do ask that our listeners understand that WoW Radio is a non-profit organization (extremely non-profit, no one gets paid and we stay online each month thanks to the support of our sponsors). We certainly will be looking to get some more varied adverts in the Podcast so you aren't bombarded with the same three every time. In the meantime I would hope that you would stick with us, keep downloading and enjoying the show, and maybe skip past the bits you don't like to listen to on your media player of choice.Thanks for the feedback, this sort of information is always well received and you can get more interaction with the folks at WoW Radio who make these choices over at the forums (www.wcradio.com/forums/)Stay Tuned, ~Turps
6-20-2008 @ 6:11PM
There are only 3 ads currently rotating on WoW Radio which come up to a grand total of 4 minutes. If you don't like it, don't listen, but we run a business, not a charity, and shifting 30TB a month of data is not free. Seems ya can't please anyone these days. We don't honestly need listeners that do nothing more than whine and spout hyperbole and lies about our organization, since that's basically all you're doing, lying.
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