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Rob Breiner RIP
I'm told Rob Breiner, Former GM of Ocean 98 in Portland, and COO of Martz
Communications, passed away on Tuesday. He was a tireless man, dedicated
both to the business and his family. I had a wonderful opportunity to see
him bring out the best in many people, including myself, for three years.
----- Original Message -----
From: Norm Rosen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Martin J. Waters <email@example.com>
Cc: <Chuckigo@aol.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 10:49 AM
Subject: Re: 1510 at night?
> "Martin J. Waters" wrote:
> > >Chuck Igo wrote:
> > >
> > > i was actually wondering the same thing myself last night on the
> > >from Maine. all the way down 95, 1510 was blastin' in.
> > IIRC, the 1510 assignment somewhere roughly due north in Quebec
> > been silent for years. WNRB also has benefited from elimination of the
> > interference since WNLC in New London was deleted a year or two ago.
> > very clear channel nowadays. There's a 1kW night in Syracuse (if the CP
> > a frequency change listed in my 1998 list is on), a 230-watt in NJ,
> > and then the next nearest stations at night are 1.3 kW or less in Texas,
> > Colorado, and Puerto Rico. As always, WNRB's biggest problem is that
> > and WWKB pound in so big that it gets splash interference very close in.
> WNRB has I guess, until recently had a strong null to the SW to protect
> With WNLC deleted in 1998, there was some talk of WNRB's night pattern
> allowed to
> serve metro west Boston better with a stonger signal.
> Has there been any changes in WNRB's pattern since a couple of years ago?
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