Deseret News
Letter to the Editor

My first reaction to the BYU Broadcasting changes was, "Surely, you jest!" Has everyone gone mad? Why would BYU Broadcasting choose quantity over quality? This not a simple matter of hurt feelings or loss of pet projects. Almost the only radio station I listen to all day is Classical 89. It has up-to-date news. It has devotionals. It has the best music. So, that's gone. The only reason we watch BYUtv is for all of the programs that the changes are deleting. So, no more watching. No more listening will equate to loss of audience. Why would anyone do that on purpose to become exactly like every other station and lose a special and unique format? It puzzles me. We need an intervention here. Taking a step back into the worldly never works.

Stan Shober

West Valley City