Carrie Lukas has a terrific piece in the New York Post today on the demise of GreenStone radio, the much ballyhooed feminist franchise:

“GreenStone’s president and CEO Susan Ness laments the end of its programming as a loss for women, opining that ‘women need a voice on commercial radio,’ and ‘radio needs women’s voices.’ Perhaps Ness should use her time off to tune in to other stations. She’ll find there are many prominent women on the airwaves; they’re just not saying what she thinks they should.”