David wrote:Aled wrote:No, it doesn't mean they are or that they're not. Will's looking into feasability with making it happen staffing wise, technology wise and contracts wise - re music and Record Companies.
Dont bother with record companies. Just cut out all the music and leave it with just speech based. Say 30 minute highlights a day (a bit like what Virgin radio do)
That kind of defeats the object for me and I'm sure many people. It would be like listen again without the music..on a music station. The show doesn't really work with the music cut out.
The podcasting like what Wes does means record companies are allowing it under certain circumstances so I doubt that would be too a big of problem for the BBC anyway.