Radio France and Demagogy

From Classical Online Radio in Europe, this description of Radio France/France Musiques’ programming philosophy. And I think "philosophy" is the right word:

Without adhering systematically to the demagogic formula: "the public is right always", it is necessary for us well to agree that it is not always wrong: to hold account of its observations is least things on behalf of a radio of "public" service. Consequently, with two additional concerts diffused during the weekend, there are four hours more suggested to our listeners who will find – in addition – the appointments which them "fidélisent" throughout the week: this alternation of comments of sensitizing and information.The "plural" spirit of France Musiques will continue to appear by the opening of the chain to all the forms of expression: traditional musics, original film tapes, jazz, contemporary creations,etc.

Have they succeeded in their goal, whatever it is? Judge for yourself over at the Windows Media Stream or the MP3 Stream. Don’t blame me if you get sensitized, or even "fidélised," by the "plural" spirit.

4 thoughts on “Radio France and Demagogy

  1. “I, personally, believe that U.S. Americans are unable to do so because, uh, some people out there in our nation don’t have maps. And, uh, I believe that our education like, such as, in South Africa and, uh, the Iraq, everywhere, like, such as. And, I believe that they should… our education over here, in the U.S., should help the U.S., or, or, should help South Africa. It should help the Iraq and the Asian countries so we will be able to build up our future… for our children.”

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  2. One presumes and HOPES that she will be running for President this year

    As usual, innovative Germany is way ahead of the US. This man actually did run for chancellor.

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