There’s a post up at a blog called Out of Ur that almost completely encapsulates what I think is wrong with Christian radio, and why I never listen to it. Most Christian radio presents Christianity as sappy sentimentality, and in a world where things very often are difficult, the relentless barrage of "uplifting" music and trite, sugary, "encouraging" commentary rings hollow. I recommend you read it, and tell me what you think.
My favorite paragraph:
"After all, salvation and spiritual growth are not commodities that can
be produced, marketed, promoted, and perfected for mass satisfaction.
Jesus is not a hamburger, a snappy set of sandals, or an iPhone.
Discipleship is a committed relationship with Jesus that gradually
forms us into the likeness of our Creator. We must take care in how we
present the gospel, lest Christ come off as a product we consume
instead of the Lord we obey. While more people may buy into a Jesus who
makes us happy, we are called to preach a Jesus who makes us holy."