Talk:Gilbert Amy

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Impartiality Challenged on ORTF Statement[edit]

This line, "From 1973 to 1975 he was music advisor to ORTF and worked to "reform" the music heard on the radio," seems a little snarky. An educated assumption would be that he brought a lot more "new music" into the ORTF programming; that would make sense for Amy and might help to explain why his term with the ORTF was so brief. On the other hand, the statement doesn't seem impartial, and raises more questions than it answers.--Pinikadia (talk) 22:24, 21 January 2010 (UTC)Pinikadia