WAAF Worcest..errr... Westborough!

Roy Lawrence lawrencemedia@yahoo.com
Thu Nov 20 11:40:33 EST 2003

My tenure there was 1995-1998. As for ratings, I can't
speak for what they did in the 80's, though I seemed
to recall they were more pop/AOR if that makes any
sense, i.e. Tears For Fears, Ozzy Osbourne, Bob Seger

San Francisco, CA
Roy Lawrence

--- SteveOrdinetz <steveord@bit-net.com> wrote:
> Roy Lawrence wrote:
> >That's interesting since A *very* real rock station
> >WHEB was pulling a 12+ in the ratings back then,
> >actually beating WOKQ. Listeners had a choice of
> >94.3 (Biddeford/Portland) or WBCN 104.1 (Boston) if
> >they wanted a choice.
> I don't know the time period Mike Thomas was
> referring to, but back in the 
> 80s WHEB was fairly wimpy as AORs go, almost more of
> a rock 40 than a true 
> AOR, certainly not a headbanger like WAAF.  As I
> recall WERZ was beating 
> them rather handily during that period.  I'm not an
> especially big hard 
> rock fan so I'm not familiar with what they're doing
> today.

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