I have lived in Atlanta for 32 years and amazed that compared to other similar size markets- ATL's radio stations consistently lag behind. Well Lite FM 94.9 was an exception and it was mostly attributed to the personalities of Randy and Spiff. I believe that there are many other viewers that seek a quality choice that felt similarly about 94.9. And we will likely recede further from listening to FM radio as we have done with network TV since they have also taken the low road. It is obvious that folks listen to radio for more than music as there are other more efficient ways to hear "your" music with MP3, CD's, etc. I must assume that the "powers to be" at Clear Channel made a financial decision based on their inability to drive acceptable advertising revenue to offset the expense of producing quality programming. So once again here in Atlanta, another station retrenches with less investment yielding more mediocrity. I am confident that Randy and Spiff will do fine as they will likely find a market that values their quality product.