Sox on 96.7??

Jeff Lehmann
Thu Aug 5 19:46:20 EDT 2004

WCME is a class B1 station, which is equal to 25,000 watts. I have,
however, gotten many class A stations in tropo. All it takes is a good
antenna, and a good tuner.

If there's anyone that doesn't believe me that WCME carries the Sox, and
that I heard them, I'll be happy to send the MP3 of the legal ID during
a game that I recorded last summer from here in Hanson, MA.

Jeff Lehmann
Hanson, MA

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From: Laurence Glavin [] 
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Subject: RE: Sox on 96.7??

>From: "Jeff Lehmann" <>
>Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2004 22:45:25 -0400
>To: "'Scott Fybush'" <>, <>
>Subject: RE: Sox on 96.7??

> The Sox are carried on 96.7 WCME. I've heard it myself many times in
> tropo.
> Jeff Lehmann
> Hanson, MA
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I can't ever remember getting "tropo" on a station as weak as a typical
class A rim-shotter.  Although it was a Red Flops pbp, could it have
the opposing team's outlet?  I don't know what team the Carmine
Hose were playing, but could it have been one of those markets
where the old-style class A's are now allowed higher power
(like KRTS in Houston, 92.1 with 100kw)?

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