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Re: Nashua Pride Pulls The Plug on Radio

   Bill O'Neill wrote:

> In the once-real world, stations paid the teams for the bcast rights
> then hustled to make MORE than the rights fees for this thing called
> "profit."  The team paying the station is not new, either, but the
> TEAM has to have a sales unit sell radio, not something that's is so
> easy to do if you have little else to work with. A local radio account
> exec. can entice a client to buy the games by sweetening the pot with
> some ROS or a bunch of custom team/sponsor combo-promos. 

 I wonder if this is the arrangement the Lowell Spinners ball club has with
WCCM? How about the Lowell Lock Monsters games on WCAP? Who pays who and
who sells what? Who's on first?<g>

Mark Watson