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Re: WBTN (AM) stunting for new format
On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, SteveOrdinetz wrote:
> I doubt that a graveyard-channel AM in a market as small as Bennington is
> likely to go "live and local". Maybe a live AM drive (such as drive time
> is in a city that small...other than getting thru the traffic light @
> junction of Rts 7 & 9) but satellite/hard drive fare is more likely. As
> for format--I'm not familiar enough with what (if any) holes exist. Does
> VPR own WBTN or are they LMAing?
Wasn't that radio station bought by a Bennington resident who said that
live-local programming is exactly what he wants to do with it? Good luck
May it sound like another WIRY-1340/Plattsburgh.
Sven F. Weil
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