New classical radio station set for S...

New classical radio station set for South Florida

There are 2 comments on the Palm Beach Daily News story from Sep 27, 2007, titled New classical radio station set for South Florida. In it, Palm Beach Daily News reports that:

“Miami is the largest city in the country that doesn't have a classical music service.”

Those of us who can't listen to The Planets without remembering the newsbreaks on the vanished WTMI classical radio station in Miami will soon have a new local outlet to follow. via Palm Beach Daily News

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Palm Beach Daily News.

Claire Jacobson


#1 Mar 27, 2008
The classical music station in So. Florida is so lovely that I will be heartbroken if you take it off the air. Please announce an address on the radio as to where to send a donation. It's confusing to try to do it online.
Claire Jacobson


#2 Mar 27, 2008
Please, please. announce a simple address on your radio station so that we can send a donation so that you can continue your beautiful classical music station. We love it. It is the best anti-depressant in the world.

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