Anything Goes!! Internationally Syndicated Radio
Anything Goes!!® is the flagship program
At Anything Goes!! we believe that mainstream radio has left the
realm of entertainment and relies far too heavily on news,
divisiveness and shock.
It also repeats the same music
news over and over.
Our programming includes a variety of jazz, standards, classic pop and artist interviews (with a little bit of almost anything else like some comedy or a TV or cartoon theme song). Anything Goes!! fills a large gap in the marketplace catering to those tired of Classic Rock, Pop, Lite Standards and Country.
While we appreciate and value each of our supporters and underwriters, we believe that to be responsible to our listeners and to our souls, our voice must be independent of our financial interests. We care deeply about the environment, human rights and our listeners and the ability to share those beliefs is what motivates us rather than our pocketbooks.
Commercial with a Conscience® uses advertising in the way it has always been used; to shape human behavior. But the intent of our messages is not to sell one hair color versus another, but rather to empower consumers like you to help change the world by providing them with the information they need to make those choices. With your help, we hope to expand Commercial with a Conscience® far beyond Anything Goes!! and create programming of all kinds that reaches
We are glad that you are enjoying Anything Goes!! and hope that you will tell your friends about us and about Commercial with a Conscience®. With your participation as a listener and as a good-will ambassador, together we can help change the course of the media...and the planet.
With heartfelt thanks, Lise
"I have said, and I believe, that potentially we have in this country a free enterprise system of radio and television which is superior to any other. But to achieve its promise, it must be both free and enterprising. There is no suggestion here that networks or individual stations should operate as philanthropies. But I can find nothing in the Bill of Rights or the Communications Act which says that they must increase their net profits each year, lest the Republic collapse."