DENVER – A classic holiday song, some of which argue that advocating a corrupt declaration of consent, is back on the radio.
KOSI 101.1 announced Tuesday that the jingle "Baby, It's Cold Outside" dating back to 1944 will revert to the station's 24/7 broadcasting of the station's musical cast, having been with other radio stations across the country were connected and tore down the song after complaints from the audience.
Some listeners rejected the lyrics and said that the song was a line of consent and was inappropriate in the #Metoo movement. 19659002] The radio station in Denver decided to bring the popular song, written by Frank Loesser, back into its daily routine after an online poll, which the broadcaster said the audience overwhelmingly favored for the return of the holiday classic the air was.
"We value the opinions of all our listeners and appreciate the feedback we've received," said Jim Lawson, KOSI 1
A Cleveland radio station first pulled the song over the band's weekend. There was also a poll to hear the feedback after it received a complaint.