[JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation"

Tom Mallison tomthejazzman at earthlink.net
Thu Mar 1 11:43:43 EST 2007


Yes, it may not attract new members, but if it (JPL) is GONE there will not
be an opportunity of new or current members.  ALOHA  Tom


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> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Date: 3/1/2007 7:33:07 AM
> Subject: [JPL] "Sponsors needed or this mailing list will cease operation"
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> In a message dated 2/28/2007 11:18:12 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
> philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com writes:
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> So one  thing to consider regarding the potential $25 fee is that there's
a 
> pretty  high chance that that will exclude new blood, particularly, say,
the  
> younger people, college programmers, music students, musicians, music  
> journalists and others, whose input could be particularly valuable, and  
> whose participation in the jazz community is key to the survival of the  
> music.
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> i think that getting access to the list and magazine for $25 is a  steal, 
> even for someone at a college radio station. in order for a college 
station to 
> report to CMJ, they must have a subscription to their weekly industry  
> magazine, which costs $400/year in the US, $515 in Canada & Mexico. these
fees are 
> not unusual, btw, but typical for radio trade magazines like CMJ and 
FMQB. so 
> personally, i am more than grateful (and even a bit embarrassed) to 
think that 
> i can get similar access to Jazzweek for $25. however, i can see how  $25
may 
> seem like more money to an individual DJ at a college station,  but even
so, 
> college students always seem to find money to go to  concerts, and there
are a 
> lot of live music  performances these days that cost far more than $25.
it's 
> still a  steal.
> -david
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