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Fwd: Re: Pirate FM Half of Combo Kaput

 You may be right because at that time I didn't make a one-to-one 
comparison.  But the Pulitzer(tm)Award-winning Lawrence Eagle Tribune ran
a lengthy story on the 99.9 operation and didn't mention a simulcast on an
X-band frequency...but they may not be aware of any AM's above 1490
(WHAV, Haverhill).
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DATE: Mon, 6 Aug 2001 18:05:49 
From: John Bolduc <n1qgs@yahoo.com>
To: lglavin@lycos.com

--- Laurence Glavin <lglavin@lycos.com> wrote:
> A few weeks ago I posted a world exclusive (I've gotta stop reading
> Drudge) that the Merrimack Valley was the home of the first AM&FM 
> pirate outlet...Spanish-language "religious" stations simulcasting on 
> 1670 AM and 88.3 FM

Sorry to burst your  bubble, but 1670AM was simulcasting with the pirate
on 99.9FM that got shut down about a year ago!

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