I've been writing a letter to my local classical music station. It's gone through several drafts, but the basic sentiment is in a sentence I haven't decided whether or not to use:
"The classical music world is not as wretchedly moribund as a week’s worth of KUHF playlists would suggest."
If you're dissatisfied with the state of classical radio in your neck of the woods, let 'em know.
Update: I decided to use that line in my letter, which has now been sent. Another sample:
"Let’s face it; nobody falls in love with classical music on a steady diet of Telemann, Bax, and Galuppi."