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RE: Radio One
What about 106.3 (WWKX) in Woonsocket? I thought they were an urban
Looking at the book, it calls them CHR, so perhaps they've changed?
WHOB pretty much makes trying to get WWXK an impossibility my entire
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> In a message dated 5/17/00 4:22:35 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
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> << Actually, from the Providence Spring Book anyways, WBOT seems
> to be picking
> up some listeners in the Providence Area (Likely Taunton-Fall River-New
> I'll be interested to see what WBOT does in the New Bedford book as well.
> I didn't think there would be a separate New Bedford book; after
> all, there
> are only three stations there (the two FMs and the AM).
> How "small" of markets do books go down to; IIRC, New Bedford has about
> 100,000 population. Brockton has about 60,000 (??). Would Brockton, with
> three stations, also get its own book.
> In addition, it doesn't surprise me that WBOT is pulling numbers in
> Providence; their signal south of the city is close enough to get into
> Providence and Providence doesn't really have an urban station.