will FNX Broadcasting sell Maine next?

Roy Lawrence lawrencemedia@yahoo.com
Wed Mar 24 23:46:36 EST 2004

I agree with Sid - 92.1's signal deteriorates much
beyond Saco becoming spotty for the average radio and
unmarketable in Portland proper. Mount Hope in Sanford
has never produced a decent signal for FM or TV.
Channel 26 over the air was hard to pull in at my
parents home in Portland's North Deering section,
compared to the signal WENH Channel 11 put out, a good
60 miles further as the crow flies to their Deerfield,
N.H. TX site.  

A wise P.D. once told me, "if a $9 clock radio doesn't
pick up the station in the office, it may as well be
off the air". How true!

Roy Lawrence
San Francisco, CA 

--- Robert A Whitaker <sid.whitaker@unh.edu> wrote:
> In the Portland area, FNX's 92.1 Sanford is iffy, at
> best. It's almost
> unlistenable downtown with the overlap from the
> religious 91.9 in Harpswell,
> whose TX is line-of-sight to downtown Portland. 92.1
> is fine in southern York
> county, and in the Portsmouth area, but I've always
> thought their claims of
> Portland-Portsmouth were a little bit of a reach.
> Sid Whitaker
> Quoting Kevin Vahey <kvahey@tmail.com>:
> > It is obvious FNX Broadcasting is in some trouble
> as the parent company
> > by all accounts is a mess. I wonder if EEI will
> look hard at the Maine
> > part of the network to give EEI a solid signal in
> Maine.
> >
> > Also with their buying WNUA a Buffalo rim shotter
> that was all sports
> > does this mean perhaps a flip for WGR ?
> >

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