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I've gotta chime in here. Obviously you haven't listened to WXLO too much.
Although we do actively recognize our Metrowest listeners now on-air, we still
are a Worcester/Central Mass. radio station. Our morning show is local, with a
focus on area news and information, including local traffic and weather. We do
forecasts twice an hour at approximately :23 and :53 outside of morning drive
around the clock, including weekends. Unlike WSRS, the Fox and the AM's in
town, WXLO is live and local 24/7.
As far as AAF is concerned, Worcester kissed them goodbye several years ago.
The studios were in Westboro--not exactly Worcester proper, and their focus
has been on Boston for quite some time.
WXLO & Mediabase 24/7
Paul Anderson wrote:
> On 4/30/99 10:32 AM, SteveOrdinetz (email@example.com) wrote:
> > Now that Worcester is considered part of the Boston metro, I wonder how
> > long WXLO will resist the temptation to portray themselves as a "Boston"
> > station, much as WAAF has been doing for several years.
> The front page headline in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette Saturday was
> "WAAF-FM Bails Out for Boston." It was an article about how their
> studios are moving from Westborough to Boston.
> Now that I live in Worcester Country, I find it disguisting how everyone
> panders to Boston. Other than WTAG's morning drive news, there's no
> other indication that there are any radio stations west of I-95. Forget
> about getting news or a local weather forecast after 6 PM.