Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Hip-Hop: From SLC to TV

[Radio & TV] Another reality show? Oh yeah. Now, even Salt Lake City hip-hop station U92 has its own behind-the-scenes series--well, sort of.

A pilot that "follows the drama of the only hip-hop station in one of the most conservative states in the country. Viewers will finally see what happens when the microphones are turned off and how a radio station in Utah is breaking new music before major cities such as Los Angeles and New York City" has been produced; The Station is now being pitched to networks. If the writers' strike continues, could happen--and, even though the premise seems a bit thin to support a weekly series, the characters seen here could carry it. Easily.

The Station pilot:

So, why does the logo look like a middle-finger salute? (Bill Frost)


  1. ... interesting. the average american would propably love it

  2. I want to see more! This is a great concept that I haven't seen anywhere before! Good Luck U92 keep this up!


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