Fwd: Shake-up at WEEI
Sat Nov 22 15:09:40 EST 2003
1120 would solve some problems for the Sox in Middlesex County. Places
like Acton, Westford, Chelmsford are just out of range of WEEI, WGIR and
Interesting that Entercom still uses WTAG instead of WVEI (which does
On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 3:01pm, Bob Nelson wrote:
> --- Kevin Vahey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> For the few conflicta, WODS or WZLX would work fine.
>> The Sox would
>> actually prefer FM because other than WBZ none of
>> the AM signals serve
>> NW W and SW of Boston well.
> Yup, as long as the PD(s) of those stations don't mind
> the occasional pre-emptions of music.
> I'd love to hear the Sox on a clear FM
> signal, myself; I work nights at a huge post office
> in N. Reading with lots of machinery--and reception
> of WEEI is tough to get. (I sometimes have to
> put a "boombox" near the edge of the building and
> use a baby monitor to transmit the signal to my
> mail sorting case!). 'ODS or 'ZLX would come in
> halfway decent.
> (I've wished that WEEI would simulcast-- at least the
> games-- on sister station WQSX 93.7 which comes in
> VERY WELL in our plant. The antenna is a town away, in
> When I used to work at the postal facility in
> Woburn (Washington St.), the games were easy to hear
> because they were on WRKO...and you could see the
> 'RKO sticks in Burlington from our parking lot.
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