[JPL] interview with Syracuse Jazz Fest director
ed.trefzger at jazzweek.com
Fri Jul 3 12:51:40 EDT 2009
Absolutely. We have the possibility of almost limitless programming
via the internet, and NPR is doing a great job, as are others --
various streaming stations, content from individual artists, podcasts
like Jason Crane's "The Jazz Session" -- and so we've got more than
we've ever had.
On Jul 3, 2009, at 11:51 AM, Joshua Jackson wrote:
> I would have to disagree with "the systematic removal of NPR jazz
> If anyone's paying attention to NPR Music - www.npr.org/music - they
> would find an abundance of programming.
> Village Vanguard concerts, studio sessions, curated lists,
> interviews, a blog chock full of interesting new perspectives...
> What else can we do???
> JazzSet is still on the air. So is Piano Jazz with Marian
> McPartland (god bless her!).
> Jazz From Lincoln Center is distributed by WFMT.
> Do the math. There's more jazz than ever. Someone's just looking
> in the wrong places.
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