Program Directors are notorious for establishing rules for their air staff. Programmers love to make programming rules. It makes things easier to manage, but programming rules suck the life out of the sound of a radio station.

This article is about creating smart guidelines that replace programming rules that make no sense. Including: 

  • Programming rules that have good intentions, but terrible outcomes. 
  • The reasons programming rules frustrate staff members and personalities.
  • Why several common rules programmers use should be abolished.

Programming Rules That Make No Sense


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