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Re: ghosts of am's past

If the situation is so bad...and little (if any) money is to be made up
there, why were these stations allowed to go on the air in the first
place?  Why would anyone want to put a radio station in an area where
there are no listeners, etc. (AM or FM, for that matter)?

On Mon, 29 May 2000 rickganley@juno.com wrote:
> These signals are gone because they can not and will not ever be
> profitable. They haven't been for 15-20 years. Very few of the local
> class A fm's are profitable (and the ones that may be are automated and
> part of a group). I would not even want a class C FM in rural Maine at
> this point (lots 'o pine trees, little $). 

Sven F. Weil
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