A more local B96?
It's been well publicized already that the format won't change at B96, but we were wondering if the station might not be more open to local music under local ownership. "You gotta be kind of careful, because if you play a lot of unfamiliar music, people aren't going to listen to you," says Woodbury. "But there's things that I can do locally that I probably couldn't do with a national group, because I don't have to go to corporate and have them analyze it. I can't go into specifics, but there's things we're going to be doing that I know Radio One would not have been inclined to let us do."