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Re: Fw: WMEX, Natick

If I recall correctly, didn't 1060 also house Radio El Shaddai (a spanish
religious station)?  When i visited the Boston Metro the first time in
1992 (or was it 1993), that' what was broadcasting on that statioin -
right between 1030 WBZ and 1090 WILD.

Radio El Shaddai could possibly just have been leasing the weekends (i was
there on a saturday) back then...and 1060 could have been other things
during the rest of the week.

Sven F. Weil
e-mail: sven@lily.org
World Wide Web: http://www.lily.org/~sven

On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Brian Vita wrote:

> I've also heard that 1060 will soon be WMEX by someone allegedly involved 
> in it.  Here's a snip from the email that was sent to me:
>  >>>As You can see from the email address, we are about to bring back WMEX 
> at the end of this month and 1060kc with towers in Framingham, but a 40,000 
> watt signal next to WBZ and with Web stream, also (webradio.com/WMEX) so 
> its time to get rid of the movie stuff and leave that to guys like You.<<<
> The letter was signed by Fred McLennan.  Let's see what pops up on that 
> frequency.
> Brian
> At 01:42 AM 10/14/99 -0400, Jibguy@aol.com wrote:
> >In a message dated 10/13/99 6:36:57 AM EST, Dan.Strassberg@worldnet.att.net
> >writes:
> >
> ><<  They IDed as WJLT Natick-Framingham-Boston as they have ever since
> >  1060 returned to the air just before the 2/8/97 deadline imposed by the 1996
> >  Communications Act. However, after the ID, I heard, "Coming soon--WMEX
> >  Natick--Stay tuned!"  >>