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A. Joseph Ross said:
> On 7 Jun 99,  Donna Halper wrote:
> > The Eagle-Tribune was a very solid operation, with money to spend, but
> > when the station took to the air, it was NOT at 50,000 w.  In fact, it
> > went on the air in 1937 with 1,000 watts.  I am sure that the Rogers
> > family lobbied the FCC, saying no signals from Boston got into their area
> > clearly... 
> And the FCC believed them??!!

Maybe they were using a cheap Japanese radio? *grin*

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