Talk:America's Best Music

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I did not create this page intending to advertise anything. At this point I feel it is a stub article, even though I did a lot of research to get to this point, but I felt that the radio format's history needed to be included in Wikipedia. There are similar articles on Music of Your Life and Stardust, though I admit to creating the stub article on Stardust. I did this only because I included (in its existing Wikipedia article) some details about the history of what was my favorite radio station, WNMX, which I felt needed to be expanded on.Vchimpanzee 20:39, 25 April 2007 (UTC)

I also intend to add more material if I can find it. It's turning out to be hard to find. Otherwise, this article would already be longer.

I belong to radio-info.com, which I understand would not be an acceptable information source (at least the message boards would not, but that's where I learn a lot of what I know), but that site allows me to pass on my desire to have "experts" contribute to existing stub articles on this site.Vchimpanzee 21:13, 25 April 2007 (UTC)

At this point I have to sign out for the day because this is not my computer. But let me reiterate that I have seen lots of information in the past on this topic. The objective now is to get it all together and have definite sources I can cite. There is a library where I can do this.Vchimpanzee 21:24, 25 April 2007 (UTC)

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