Anyway, just so you guys know, Packer's show and the whole radio station is fashioned around die hard sports nuts. It's radio audience isn't huge, but it is loyal and can be fairly vocal. I think had Packer's deal with the Indiana game actually been picked up by the more mainstream media (i.e. TV and WBT 1110 AM) the game could have been a sell out. But since WBT is the flagship for the Hornets, obviously their support was out. As much as you would like to believe, and many sports fans in Charlotte would like to believe, the actual listener audience is rather small for WFNZ. This is not a reflection of the quality of the show and the abundance of national guests, but rather a reflection of society. Die hard sports fans are the only ones still going to the games. Unfortunately the casual sports fan and everyday person in general has turned their back on the Hornets (but can you really blame them)? As you are seeing in New Orleans, it takes a lot more than die-hard fans to sell out a sporting event.