WWZN to restructure Celtics rights?

Hakim Madjid hmadjid@yahoo.com
Fri May 28 13:26:29 EDT 2004

--- Sean Smyth <ssmyth@psu.edu> wrote:
> On Thu, 27 May 2004 09:42:12, Hakim Madjid wrote:
> > Actually the WWZN situation probably could work
> out.
> > As commentators, such as John Molori and Mark
> Shneyder
> > have written, any existing or new ownership at
> 1510
> > would have to devote substantial financial
> resources
> > to the station (for talent and promotion...etc). 
--- Sean Smyth <ssmyth@psu.edu> wrote:
> The problem is, as Dan Strassberg has explained
> before, that there is nowhere
> that would be suitable to move the transmitter site
> to without filing for a
> major change -- and who knows when another major
> change window will open up. 

I don't disagree with you. It might be complicated for
1510 to obtain permission from the Friendly Candy
Company to move to another site.

But as has been pointed out on this list, maybe with
reduced nighttime power, and / or a different
directional pattern, there might be a number of

However, IMHO,1510 has to bite the bullet and get rid
of that financial Albatross. 

No doubt, if indeed they pay $25,000 per month for
that site, it is probably giving potential buyers of
the station second thoughts.

73, de Hakim (N1ZFF)

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