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Re: WBZ and ABC (was: The Future of WBCN-- Talk????)

On 23 May 99,  Bill O'Neill wrote:

> I agree, however, for me it is purely station availability in a given
> market.  Simply, there are fewer and fewer AMers left that have not chosen
> LMAs (religion, non-Eng. lang, etc.)  Moreover, the generation that is
> evolving into news listeners grew up on FM.  It's less of a transition if
> they don't need to go with AM.  Sort of how pants manufacturers have snuck
> in elastics into the waistband, if you (deep breath) get my drift....

Don't any of these people ever listen to sports events on radio?  Most of 
them are on AM.

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