I have done some listening to other radio stations via streaming over the internet, and one station in Texas, KLFX, AKA 107.3 The Fox, was bought out by Clear Channel. I have never been more disappointed in a radio station than I am in them for selling out. The morning guy, Jack Hammer, used to have a whole lot of fun and did some wacky, crazy stuff, not to mention playing "Smoke Two Joints" by The Toyes every morning. I tuned in via the internet to try to hear some of the fun they used to have, and was sadly disappointed when I found out that it was owned by Clear Channel now. They sanitized his morning show, making it drab and totally uninteresting to listen to. That station had also been one of the stations broadcasting the Dr. Demento Show when I was at Fort Hood, Texas, and I listened to it every Sunday night despite the fact that it was on very late at night. Yeah, I was really tired at P.T. the next morning, but that show was awesome. They don't even carry that anymore. Curse Clear Channel and their mindless corporate drones, they've ruined what used to be a great radio station. They, like the Dr. Demento Show, were wacky and offbeat, but great. Now it's nothing more than a shell of its former essence, with the morning D.J. not doing anything funny at all. Due to Clear Channel's sanitizing of all of the stations it buys and the proliferation of horribly long commercial segments, it's no wonder more and more people are refusing to listen to terrestrial radio, and the good Dr. is disappearing from that medium. I do hope he keeps up online for a long time, he has a great show, and after moving back home from the Army, I missed it terribly because our radio stations here don't carry it, either.