Radio station in Grayling breaks the rules when it comes to the classic rock format
These days, most rock and roll radio stations play a limited number of songs.
They play those over and over again.
That's because audience research has become so high-tech that stations know exactly what songs attract the most listeners.
The owners of a station in Grayling say classic rock is worn out.
So they launched a counter-offensive and are breaking all the rules about how to run a radio station in the 21st century.
Listen to what they're playing now here. And find the full story from Peter Payette here.
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