WSMN Sold And Expected Back On The Air Soon

Sun Jul 3 21:29:46 EDT 2005

Well, both of your points seem to be legit. I can't speak to them because I
don't know the previous programming. But, that doesn't mean with some good
press, good will, and hard work that it can't be done. I think you guys are
being too cynical. :-) Buying the station and attempting to do what they are
doing is a GOOD thing for radio.

Anthony Schinella
Program Director/News/A&E
WKXL 1450 AM/Concord, NH

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Larry Weil
Sent: Sunday, July 03, 2005 8:59 PM
Subject: RE: WSMN Sold And Expected Back On The Air Soon

At 08:49 PM 7/3/2005, SteveOrdinetz wrote:

>But WKXL has been a relatively consistent quantity over the years, 
>especially where it comes to local sports.  They never played the 
>format du jour game, and even though they ran a lot of syndicated 
>programming, it was never a latchkey operation like WSMN was.  As hokey 
>as a lot of the programming was, at least it was an honest attempt at 
>being a part of the community.  WSMN never sounded like anyone there 
>gave a damn.  Nashua isn't Concord.

Another big difference is that the Nashua market is much more influenced by
the Boston signals than is the Concord market.

Larry Weil
Lake Wobegone, NH 

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