Bids Due For Charles River Group

David Tomm
Sat Dec 3 13:50:36 EST 2005

Entercom wouldn't be able to move WAAF closer to town if they were able 
to re-direct or take dark WFCC.  They still have first adjacents 
WERZ/Exeter, NH and WFHN/Fairhaven, MA to protect.   I'm sure their 
interest would be to put WAAF on 102.5.   Considering they own WEEI-FM 
in the Providence market, they could easily do something with that 
other signal.  Plus, putting WEEI on 107.5 and extending the network 
down to the Cape would be a logical move.

I still wouldn't be surprised to see Clear Channel pick up the 
stations, then immediately spin off the Rhode Island and Cape signals.

--Dave Tomm
"Mike Thomas"

On Dec 3, 2005, at 9:54 AM, Sean Smyth wrote:

> I would think Entercom would be the most interest party here.
> For starters, they may be able to try to redo a WAAF Boston
> move-in by nabbing WFCC. Second, they may not even need to do a
> WAAF move-in if they pick up 102.5 and move WAAF there (WCRB
> does have a very nice signal). I don't know how much they'd
> really be interested in the Rhode Island station.

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