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Heck, I'd bet ABC radio would have happily paid more for these signals just to
put Radio Disney on the AM's  :)

Mike Thomas
WXLO & Mediabase 24/7

Dib9@aol.com wrote:

> Is $20 million really a high price these days?  Looking at the recent AM
> sales around Boston, it seems that WROL would be worth several million
> dollars.  WWMR Rumford has a great 100K signal that cover most of western and
> southern Maine, plus most of northern New Hampshire.  That signal is
> valuable.  I'm not saying that $20 million is a low price for the group, but
> I don't think it is a particularly high price when you consider today's
> market.
> Dan Billings
> Bowdoinham, Maine
> In a message dated 7/7/99 9:43:44 AM EST, Dan.Strassberg@worldnet.att.net
> writes:
> << One reason for the high sale price (reportedly $20
>  million) that Carter is getting for his six AMs and an
>  FM (Rumford--1 AM and 1 FM, and AMs in Portland, Boston,
>  Worcester, Springfield, and Providence) is the
>  application I just spotted for WCRN >>