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  • Writer's pictureLeah Jones

Why Q101 said mahalo to Loveline.

I recently emailed Q101 asking, “Why is Loveline gone?”

Here is the response I got.

Thanks for your comments about Loveline. As with all our decisions at Q101, what the listeners want is always what’s most important, so we’ll definitely take your thoughts into consideration.

Frankly, however, that’s why we’ve been leaning toward canceling the program. We’ve received so many comments from listeners through the years — but especially lately — saying that they feel Loveline is an extremely tired concept. Notes often say things like, “I used to enjoy Loveline years ago, but it seems like now it’s the same show over and over. I’m tired of it.” And lately, “Now that you’re playing so much more variety with Q101 On Shuffle, I’d rather hear music at night than the same old talk.”

Once again, though, as no decision is ever final, we’ll keep your comments in mind. Unfortunately, in this case, it appears that we’re not going to please everyone — as there are many people with strong opinions, some wanting talk and some wanting more music. Thanks for taking the time to let us know where YOU stand on the issue. Please keep in touch. And thanks for listening to Q101 — Now on Shuffle.

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