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FW: RE: Pohistorynow.com on clear channels
From: Adam Rivers [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, June 02, 2001 10:35 AM
Subject: RE: RE: Pohistorynow.com on clear channels
yes, WAAF comes in very well here, on a scale of 10, about a 6. It's signal
can even be heard in most of Berkshire County. The only Boston-licensed FM
stations that put any signal into this area are WBMX, WTKK and WMJX. WXKS
puts in a good signal when WEBE (Westport, CT) does not interfere.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
Sent: Saturday, June 02, 2001 10:25 AM
Subject: Re: RE: Pohistorynow.com on clear channels
Although they're licensed to Worcester, WAAF does treat itself (and ratings
also show) it's legitimate to call it a Boston station, as contrasted to
WSRS and WXLO, which while reaching most if not all ot the Boston market do
not market themselves as Boston stations...
After all that....my point is that WAAF does reach most of the Springfield
"A. Joseph Ross" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 30 May 2001, Martin J. Waters wrote:
> But, IMO, these stations still serve a purpose and have a market
> niche, at least for now. The ground conductivity in New England is so bad
> that WBZ, even DA to the west, puts out a groundwave signal that's not
> much farther in range than just about any old full-power FM. But in most
> the country a Class A AM delivers a decent groundwave that a non-radio
> would listen to out to 100-200 miles.
I've always been able to hear WBZ's day signal quite well out around
Amherst and Springfield (even without WBZA adding its few watts). No
Boston-area FM station gets out that far.
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