MADISON, Wis – A Scandinavian station, a station leader, said he was shooting a controversial seasonal song from the airwave.
Fletcher Keyes, Middle West Family Publishing Program Director, said he didn't return all versions of "Baby It's Cold Outside" at Hank AM 1550 and 97.7 FM Monday tournaments.
"Today explains a scenario that will not be good today, so we didn't feel like we had it." Said. ”We didn't want to feel that we were related to this type of relationship.“
Hank moved from the ordinary series of classical country songs to Christmas music on December 22nd. Holiday melodies – minus discussed duet – will play during Christmas Day.
Keyes told the station that he did not have any complaints about "Baby It's Cold Outside", but the tone of the song in 2018 was different from the time it was written in the 1940s.
"I think it's important and timely to re-examine it, especially for a long-running song as long as it has." Said.
After reading another station that had done the same thing, he said he was taking the song.
A Cleveland radio station that recently played a Christmas music song was not suitable in the era of the #MeToo movement, which focused on raising awareness of sexual harassment and sexual harassment. An Ohio station has also removed air waves this week.
Mid-West Family Broadcasting has dozens of radio stations, including eight radio stations in Madison, Madison, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Missouri.
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