I think 7 days a week is still viable. But clear channel, premier radio have completely lost the map.
The seven days a week show frequency is okay.
But the show needs new blood, new life
: new hosts and faces
that have a living, breathing vision of what C2C is about, of its investigative, journalistic, editorial, informational, instructive, definitive and visionary mission and purpose (not mere entertainers acting as hosts); and a NEW MIND -- an enlightenend
one that understands postmodernity
, at the least, one that can see the postmodern
world of humanity at the close of the last century and well into (and beyond) the 21st century -- beyond the hype and vogue of 2012 and the human condition.
As of the moment, C2C is functioning as a relic of the 20th century. The fear mongering and public manipulation, which was typical of the Cold War era and the terrorist era which succeeded it, are still around and kicking in the show. Just listen to the ads alone. So is the fundamentalism being expressed through the religious, social and cultural biases of the show hosts. The show and its hosts may ride on the tailcoats of groundbreaking 21st century scientific and technological innovations and breakthroughs, but they have not grasped the significance of those innovations and their impact on humanity and the emerging enlightened world or social order (I'm not referring to the illuminati
or NWO of conspiracy theorists.). Look at the conservatism of the hosts who are frozen back in time with the 20th century mindset they grew up in.
Not long ago I e-mailed John Wells (an occasional guest host of C2C) that the show and he were "reactionary AND mainstream with a fringe covering of the unconventional. The show's hosts convey this through their mindset and speech, you (Wells) included. I have yet to see the show as an agency or catalyst for serious socio-political transformation at the grass roots level." He replied that he had to play the ratings game for the show. What more need I say?