Has 1150 WTTT set a record?

Dan Strassberg dan.strassberg@att.net
Sat Nov 1 08:37:26 EST 2003

Well, if you count the two calls they were granted but never used on the way
from WAMG to WTTT (...WAMG->WBPS->[WYTS]->[WJTK]->WTTT), they must be at
least CLOSE to the all-time record. Bob Bittner read the full list (up to
that time) on LTAR a few months ago. IIRC, 1150 had had at least nine sets
of calls by then (and I think the station had just become WBPS). If nine is
the correct number (and it might not be), and you include the two call signs
that were recently granted but never used on the air, they are now at at
least 12.

I wonder what station holds the record for the number of call signs granted
to it but never used (by the station in question).
Dan Strassberg, dan.strassberg@att.net
eFax 707-215-6367

----- Original Message -----
From: A. Joseph Ross <lawyer@attorneyross.com>
To: Boston Radio Mailing List <bri@bostonradio.org>; Kevin Vahey
Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2003 12:51 AM
Subject: Re: Has 1150 WTTT set a record?

> On 31 Oct 2003 at 18:58, Kevin Vahey wrote:
> > With yet another call letter change I have to wonder, has any license
> > anywhere had as many calls as 1150 Boston.
> I believe they hold the record in Boston.  I don't know about elsewhere.
> --
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