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>DATE: Sat, 18 Jan 2003 19:08:37
>From: Dave Faneuf <email@example.com>
>I can name a lot of Boston stations that would love >to "drop" to 17.9
Of course, in large and mega-large (i.e. Boston, NYC),
it's impossible for the number one station to get the kind
of rating the number one station in a small market would
get. This leads to such ridiculous statements as WEEI-AM
calling itself the highest-rated sports station in America;
WFAN faces competition from twice as many stations as
WEEI, even taking into account the non-competitive 50,000-watt
AMs like WEVD, WBBR and WQEX...and non-competitive full-power FMs
like WNYC (non-commercial), WFME (until recently carelessly
managed "religious") and WBAI, irrelevant.
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