Response to comments

I know I let a large number of comments build up, unanswered. That’s because of the press of other work, and also — no small thing — because of my quest to live a more balanced life, one in which I’m not at the computer every minute, typing, typing, typing.

But now I’ve gone back over the comments from the past couple of weeks, and responded to a number of them, especially to the very gracious response from the man who conducted the Chorus America study. I can’t say I agree with many of the points he made, but I’m grateful for his attention to what I’d said.

Now I’m going on vacation, and posts may be few for the next week, and then stop for all of August. There’s so much I want to say here, though, and I promise that most of it will show up on the blog, if not now, then in September.

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  1. Laurence Glavin says

    The radio-audience-measuring company Arbitron has released nationwide listening patterns for Public Radio stations. They can be read at:

    Registration required, but there’s no charge. The demographic information for all-classical stations and news/classical stations is what you’d expect; the uptick in jazz listening for the younger demographic is surprising.