Radio Stations across the country
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Thu Aug 3 09:19:22 EDT 2006
On 8/3/06, Chris Rossi <nospam at spacelabstudio.com> wrote:
> Chris Calloway wrote:
> > --- Chris Rossi <nospam at spacelabstudio.com> wrote:
> > http://destoria.bootp.duke.edu/djspace/plmanager/world/currentplaylist_xdu.php
> > this and the xyc equivalent are amazingly useful.
> > questions:
> > whose work is this? yours? lisa's?
> technically neither. it's something lisa and jason found that was
> already written somewhere. lisa put in many, many hours customizing the
> thing for wxdu, though, so it's definitely her baby at this point and
> she deserves a lot of credit for it. jason played a role as well. i
> have never touched the thing, myself. well, except to use it.
> > as i was looking at it, i refreshed (the xyc version
> > auto-refreshes) and it came back "dj offline." what's
> > the cause of this? is this thing optional for the dj
> > on duty?
it is currently mandatory. very few DJs are not using it, and those
who do not are most likely specialty show DJs. regular shift DJs not
using the playlister are fucking up.
> > how far does the log roll back?
there is a link on the WXDU homepage that will bring you 10 days worth
of playlists. at the top of that page -- and every page with
playlister data -- there is a link to the archive, which is arranged
by DJ. early adopter DJs like rossi or me have archives going back as
far as march 2005. the general population started using the
playlister in july 2005.
> my email address is 'chris' at above domain
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