[Dixielandjazz] OKOM on Satellite radio--a possible dream

Snogpitch snogpitch at prodigy.net
Tue Aug 12 15:55:20 PDT 2003

As I was traveling along the freeway a few months back, I saw a road sign
advertising XM.  I can't remember the exact quote, but it went something like:

"All music, except kazoo"  

If they put on OKOM, they will need to change their billboards.  I thought to
myself, I guess I don't need to look any further into that medium for music I
want to listen too.  Some kazoo I do enjoy listening to!

--- Charles Suhor <csuhor at zebra.net> wrote:
> I've looked into two of the 100-channel satellite radio offerings--Sirius
> (www.sirius.com) and XM (www.xxmradio.com).I'm guessing there are many
> others that some of you know about. On all of the multi-channel stations,
> though,  there are separate channels for all kinds of music that don't have
> a mass audience--subsets of classical, country & western, Latin, folk, etc.
> It's within the realm of possibility that a subset of their jazz offerings
> could be something like "early jazz styles-New Orleans/Dixieland," if the
> stations know there's a niche audience--which I believe there is.

David Witmer

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