Voicetracking, to the average American, really does not make sense.
- It costs about $10 an hour for a DJ. On most stations in the nation, $10 won't even buy you a 30-second commercial.
- It loses listeners to CD and satelitte radio, because half of Americans can identify who is voicetracked and when they are.
- It hurts the music industry, because many less people get to hear new music.
You be the judge. Does any of that make sense to you?