(John) Dennis defended the style of his show, saying the hosts’ occasionally abrasive tone prompts listeners to be more engaged.I disagree with John.
“If you don’t ruffle the feathers of your listeners, then you’re not doing your job,” he said. “And the end result of that is you have some people upset with you. But the last thing I want to do is say, ‘Oh yes, I agree with you. That’s a very good point.’ That’s not good radio. Good radio is stuff that prompts people to respond and react.”
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