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- Subject: Re: Claremont
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed Brouder)
- Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 09:40:50 -0500
In fact, WHDQ was *the* first FM in New Hampshire. It signed on as WLOB
May 19, 1947. It was owned by the Claremont Daily Eagle newspaper and
named for publisher Lincoln O'Brien.
WTSV (named for Twin State Valley) came to life the following July (26,
1948) after the company had been sold to Bill Rust and his partners.
Separate programming was dropped and the AM/FM simulcast continued for
many years until FM became WECM and went to one of the Drake syndicated
tape formats, circa 1973.
Ed (Brouder@Juno.com) or (Brouder@Grolen.com)
Man From Mars Productions
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