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On Fri, 4 Oct 2002 18:31:13 -0400 firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>also, when you look at the statistics of the ten largest cities in
> commonwealth (given the possible exception of cambridge) it is
> apparent that
> all have strong community voices. . .
> Boston: 589,141 (WBZ, WRKO)
> Worcester: 172,648 (WTAG)
> Springfield: 152,082 (WHYN)
> Lowell: 105,167 (WCAP, WCCM)
> Cambridge: 101,355 (WJIB, WMBR, WHRB)
> New Bedford: 93,768 (WNBH)
> Brockton: 94,304 (WBET)
> Fall River: 91,938 (WSAR)
> Lynn: 89,050 (WLYN)
> Quincy: 88,025 (WJDA)
> again, with the possible exception of cambridge, every station
> provides a
> strong voice for their community and the surrounding area.
Not to bash WCAP since I worked there a couple of times and they do what
they can, but I'd hardly call them a strong voice in the community.
Also, WCCM is now in Haverhill not Lowell. The stations with a COL of
Lowell are WCAP, WLLH, WJUL and WKLB.