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Re: Mega Sells WAMG Boston

Could be possible....

 From Google:
Toccoa Falls College is an accredited, inter-denominational, Christian 
college offering...

 From XAP:
Toccoa Falls College is an educational institution, a
character-building enterprise, and a spiritual formation
community, all integrated into a unique way of life. Its purpose is
to glorify God through preparing men and women for lives of
personal fulfillment and Christian service to the church and all humanity.

#1 major: Theology

At 01:51 PM 5/6/03 +0000, Dan.Strassberg@att.net wrote:
>I guess, then, WCOP would be available for AM. Maybe the idea of bringing the
>calls back to 1150 in Boston would work if the college that has them on FM 
>is a
>non-profit and Salem could structure the payment as a charitable donation. Of
>course, for Salem to be willing to do that, the college would have to have a
>fundamentalist, evangelical, Protestant orientation. And if the college has a
>chaplain who is into radio and wanted to be heard in Boston, the donation 
>further be structured as a tradeout. THAT might just work ;>)
>eFax 707-215-6367
> >
> > >
> > >Probably the best news in this whole deal is that Salem has something of a
> > >history of flipping its acquired stations to their historic 
> calls--when those
> > >calls are available. For example, it did so in Philadelphia when it 
> restored
> > >the WFIL calls to 560 AM. Are the WCOP calls available? Could 1150 become
> > >WCOP
> > >once again?
> >
> > WCOP-FM lives on in Unadilla GA/Perry GA
> > Toccoa Falls College has a class A station at 99.9
> >
> >