The news broke over this past weekend that Charging Station Radio Top 10 Favorites and Charging Station Internal decided to parts ways with Poll Maker.
It's reported by inside sources that there was no actual agreement between Charging Station Network and Poll Maker for the Top 10 Favorites. Sources say; It was an opportunity to display an effective poll campaign between participating artist and fan base that would increase exposure and digital downloads with also a level of impact when it comes to influence.
So what brought on this split between the two? Ultimately the deal breaker was the recalculation of votes by Poll Maker leaving voters feeling unsure if their votes counted. The Spokesperson for Charging Station Internal stated; this is a very serious matter when it comes to the Top 10 Poll. The integrity of the poll is assured on our voters feeling secure when it comes to the voting process.
Charging Station Radio Top 10 Favorites received some of it's highest rating over this past season although they had committee members remove nominations due to the recalculations and accusations of fraudulent voting. CEO Isaac Whitaker addressed the split with Two words: "Voted Out".
I guess the next question is what's next for the popular Top 10 Poll?...
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