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“Here’s the thing about the Cape,” says Coral. “We absolutely underestimate the talent that’s available to us. What amazes me here is that there are highly trained wonderful performers who are just here waiting to be heard. There’s a lot of knowledge around other genre performers. I try to offer that promotion, let people know that we have these resources for classical as well.”
She knows that WOMR is the only place where that can happen, as commercial and even public radio stations have obligations that dictate what can be played and talked about. “The most important characteristic of community radio is that we have total freedom and flexibility to choose what we like and what we think our listeners will like to hear. The station gives everyone essentially free rein to program as they see fit, to share what they love.”