WSMN Sold And Expected Back On The Air Soon
Tue Jul 5 12:43:43 EDT 2005
> One quick question: if there's a market in Nashua for at
> least ONE locally-oriented AM radio station, why not do
> it on AM 900 and keep the problematic 1590 frequency dark?
> Or maybe put a 250-watt NDA on 1590 in a place like Milford as a
> for AM 900? OK that's two quick questions.
OK, here's a comment, and not an answer to your questions... ;-)
Looking at the way they operate 900AM....mostly sattelite/syndicated
programming with automated controls...this owners appear to invest very
little in their stations and programming. They seem to be running 900AM on
With all of the wonderful ideas he touted in that article....all sorts of
locally oriented programming....I think all of that comes with bodies and
I have a hard time believing that the new onwers, who we have seen in action
at 900AM, will (or can) spend what is necessary to make a locally oriented
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