I'm appalled at the tabloid treatment in "Will KROQ Get Away With 'Murder'?" (April 22). It has to be the most skewed I've read.
With such a headline, you spout your opinion that what the deejays did was comparable to the actual act of murder. (And if murder is such a high priority at The Times, why were the 15 violent deaths that occurred locally over the weekend given far, far less space and less prominent placement than the KROQ hoax-murder article?)
To use most of last half of the article as a forum for competitors is sleazy. Of course the competitors think KROQ should lose its license; then they can grab a bigger part of the market.
MICHAEL A. BURDICK