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Re: Lowell Spinners Owner Angry Over WCCM Sale

   Dave Faneuf wrote:

> Add to the mix that the publisher of the local newspaper >has tried to
> purchase WCAP directly and through a number of front >men and you can see
> that WCAP's owner is going to be very selective about >who carries the
> torch from here

   And in today's (10/10) edition of said local newspaper, the Lowell Sun, a
joint venture between the Sun and WCAP was announced. They will team up for
a news and advertising campaign to try to turn out a record vote in the
Lowell city election taking place on November 6. One of the major highlights
of this joint venture is a candidates rally scheduled for October 18, which
will feature WBZ radio anchor Jay McQuaide ( a WLLH alum) as master of
ceremonies. Why no WCAP staffer as host?

   This is quite interesting in light of Dave's post regarding the Sun's
publisher trying to purchase WCAP. Maybe this joint venture could lead to
more interesting developments, depending on how this one goes.

   The article is on the Sun's website  www.lowellsun.com
Click on the local news link and scroll down to the story.

  Mark Watson