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Jose Reyes

Unity of the General Playlist with G2 Playlist and the emergence of G4

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Each Playlist on Jazz Con Class is purposely constructed according to the time it was made available for the listener. As the newer playlists are developed a new “G” Generation is created. As of right now, the newest is the G3 Playlist. I am always adding fresh music and they appear in the latest playlist. So as the number of Playlists increase, the amount of Playlists increase too. This could be confusing to the listeners, so I’m using a method in which I will unite the oldest playlist with the second in line, newer. Another words, the General Playlist will be united and transported into the G2 Playlist. There will be no “General Playlist” any more and of course, the G2 Playlist will expand. The “G3 Playlist” will be left alone until the “G4” surfaces, then there will be more transporting. I will always have three playlists present and they will be increasing in size because there will be more music in them, so the amount of playing time for each playlist will increase also. The latest Playlist will be much smaller because the music is fresh to the radio station. By Monday February 5th there will only be the G2 and G3 Playlists but there will be the emergence of the brand new G4 playlist. That’s the reason why it is important for the listeners to check the Schedule Links periodically for changes.

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