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Thursday, March 20, 2008

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Mika

Radio: Its smart if (a) you target the dahrgoepmic and (b) you tease'em with a taste to get them excited and (c) you can deliver it for a cost effective price. Godspell was the first Broadway show I ever saw. The actor sat in my lap for Turn back O'man . It was love at first taste. I'd suggest public radio sponsorships as an option, Christian Rock and Women 40 plus. It's a charming little show that has been done in stock, regional and High Schools for decades. Intimacy is key to its magic.

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