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Re: June 9 1948 Newspapers

On Sat, 12 Jul 1997, Dan Strassberg wrote:

> Others will provide greater detail, but I believe the TX was in Scituate,
> although possibly it was at the WBZ AM site in Hull. I was unaware, however,
> that Westinghouse ever owned _that_ WBOS. Kind of interesting that
> Westinghouse has twice owned an FM on 92.9 in Boston and one of those times
> the FM's calls were WBOS. It also means that Westinghouse has owned not only
> two completely different FM 92.9's in Boston but also two completely
> different WBOSs (one of which was one of the FM 92.9s). Have I thoroughly
> confused everyone?

And making things even more confusing, in the early 1970s, when I appeared
on a talk show there, WUNR/WBOS had their studios in the Bradford Hotel,
and I was told that it was the same studios that had once been used by

I believe the WBZ history in the Archives reports that the base of the
WBOS shortwave tower can still be seen at the Hull site. 

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