Listserv

The Association of Music Personnel in Public Radio now has a ListServ for the discussion of issues of interest to public radio music producers, programmers, program syndicators, announcers, record company representatives and others interested in music programming on public radio. AMPPR ListServ participants will drive the discussion.

Do you have pronunciation questions, have you found pieces of music you consider particularly good for radio, what is “modal music,” and what is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

We are hopeful the ListServ will foster dialog representing diverse points of view on a wide variety of subjects important to public radio music broadcasters. We only ask that civility prevails. To take a line from Einstein on the Beach, keep it “fresh and clean.”

This is a restricted ListServ which means you must subscribe to send or receive messages.

Note that you must place your instruction, described below, on both the subject line and on the first line of your message. Please use plain text only, the server cannot recognize Rich Text/HTML email; and do not include a signature.

To subscribe, e-mail maiser@wkar.msu.edu and enter on the subject line and first line of message:
SUBSCRIBE AMPPR

To temporarily stop receiving messages from ListServ (e.g. when you are on vacation): maiser@wkar.msu.edu
SET AMPPR NOMAIL

To re-receive messages from ListServ (e.g. when you return from vacation): maiser@wkar.msu.edu
SET AMPPR MAIL

To remove your name from the ListServ maiser@wkar.msu.edu
UNSUBSCRIBE AMPPR

To post to the AMPPR ListServ, e-mail to: amppr@wkar.msu.edu.

If you have problems, e-mail: hal@wkar.org

  • Eric Boutin
    #1 written by Eric Boutin 2 years ago

    Hello,

    My name is Eric Boutin and I would like to subscribe to the AMPPR listserv SUBSCRIBE AMPPR.

  • wooddm
    #2 written by wooddm 1 year ago

    To subscribe, e-mail maiser@wkar.msu.edu and enter on the subject line and first line of message:
    SUBSCRIBE AMPPR

    - http://amppr.org/wordpress/listserv/

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