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What your describing is sort of what The Beat did. Came in playing urban music that appealed to young people and then when they got the required amount of listeners they petitioned for the "Top 40" tag and stole it from Z95. It's all about money and I bet it cost's a fuckload to run a station. You have to pay for every single song you play. You need advertisers to offset the cost of broadcasting but you need listeners to charge good money for advertisers. It's a hard to thing to do. No one is going to want to pay to advertise on a station that doesn't have much exposure.
Hope that sort of shed's a little light on the subject.
There are a couple stations that host electronica nights... like... 101.9, 102.7 and I think even the Fox used to broadcast an electronica night. I used to tune into them all the time but it's a crap shoot on when and if they are going to be playing.
I think Azim and Leanne tried hosting a show on one of the stations and it was sort of successful for awhile. Were talking 10 years ago here though.