As KFAC dies, KUSC decides to change its classical music format to include other types of music . . . the words which come to my mind are not suitable for a family newspaper.
I feel betrayed. I and many other KUSC subscribers send in yearly checks so we can listen to commercial-free classical music.
We tolerate "Prairie Home Companion" and the other Saturday-night nonsense, and we put up with some news. KUSC general manager Wallace Smith may want "to attract younger listeners," as he told Colker, but if he isn't careful he will lose his old listeners and their contributions!
BRENDA W. BROWN