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Re: "Black Monday" at WGIR-FM.

The cost of those Rock 101 translators put them near bankruptcy! <g>

At 06:06 PM 3/17/98, Larry Weil wrote:
>At 05:33 PM 3/17/98 -0500, PETER GEORGE, N1GGP wrote:
>>     I cannot help but wonder WHY the new owners decided to purge a good
>>amount of WGIR-FM's on air talent to rebroadcast WHEB in Portsmouth.  After
>>all, Manchester is New Hampshire's largest city and WGIR-FM commands a
>>larger audience than WHEB-FM could ever muster. 
>While Manchester is New Hampshire's largest city, the seacoast market
>(Portsmouth, Dover, Rochester, plus York County, ME) is a slightly larger
>market than the Manchester, Concord, Nashua market (Source: M Street Radio
>Directory).  Also. the Seacoast market has less competition from the Boston
>stations, especially the more northern parts of the market.
>Larry Weil
>Lake Wobegone, NH