it has just come to everybody's attention that WBAI(99.5FM in New York City) has cancelled Tuesday Night's comic book radio show called "Nuff Said."
it has been on for nine years, in almost as many time slots. the main host Ken Gale( email@example.com ) has made it abundantly clear that this show is finally dead.
that is unless we as a community of people can get together and convince Mr. Bernard White, the Programing Director at BAI that this show is VERY relevant and VERY important.
I've done my part; I've emailed Mr. White at firstname.lastname@example.org
The cancellation of Nuff Said was unfair. its a fairly high-rated show, and has many many listeners. the rest of BAI's programming schedule seems to revolve around political issues(BAI is a listener-sponsored, non-commercial radio station that focuses a lot of attention on the underside of the world's socio-economic-political systems. However, Nuff Said never pigeonholed itself; it kept an open mind about any and ALL aspects of cartooning and comics; mainstream, alternative, political, sexual, racial, foreign, local, underground, Golden Age, Silver Age, current day, etc.
no matter what your interest in comics is, there was at least ONE "Nuff Said" show that you would have had an interest.
you could have also heard Nuff Said on the internet, anywhere in the country(world?). www.comicbookradioshow.com
is the new website(the original was actually "hijacked" and turned into a porn site against the creators' will). the new site should be up and running 24-hours from now, according to Mr. Gale.
In the meantime, another BAI program "Carrier Wave" with Sidney Smith will allot a certain amount of showtime to keeping "Nuff Said" alive. That's teamwork!
so email, call the station(I don't have the numbers, sorry) and help save an excellent program.
again, even outside of New York, you ca catch the show on www.comicbookradioshow.com
if and when its saved. until then, that site will have news about where the show will be appearing and so on.