[JPL] How XM / Sirius merger is affecting jazz programming onsatellite radio

Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Wed Oct 15 18:14:39 EDT 2008

Aloha Russ,

I'm sad to hear this.... your "Beyond Jazz" program was one of my very
favorite music programs on XM.  I will miss it, and, as a subscriber, I
will phone in my complaint that it was taken off the air.  If I had
known this, I wouldn't have re-upped with them.

The light is on, but dimmer,


Dr. Brad Stone
Music Director (Jazz, Blues World)
Faculty Advisor
KSJS 90.5 FM
1 Washington Square
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA   95192-0094
Home Office:
9381 Durango Lane
Gilroy, CA   95020
bstone at science.sjsu.edu
(408) 848-6266

You know, as David Avery posted, this is really sad -- sounds like yet  
another situation where accountants are put in a position to decide  
what is valid music and what isn't -- yes, we know it's called the  
music BUSINESS but regardless of whether one likes fusion, jam band  
music and other styles that fall under the "Beyond Jazz" rubric one  
would think that this XM/Sirius merger might eliminate duplication in  
programming but not an entire program stream.

Best of luck, Russ.

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I'll get more in detail when I can but as of now I can tell you all  
that my last day (and by all accounts the last day for my modern jazz  
channel Beyond Jazz) will be November 5th.

It looks like the smooth jazz and straight ahead channels will stay  

More info to follow...

Russ Davis
VOA/acme satellite radio

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