What about WFCC?
Sat Dec 2 00:24:07 EST 2006
Have you yet obtained and read a copy of the trust document? I have not, but
since I am not an attorney, it would not likely be as meaningful to me as it
would be to Joe. However, I thought the trust required that WCRB maintain a
classical-music format for 99 years. Unless the document required that WCRB
remain on 102.5, remain licensed to Waltham, and/or remain under the
ownership of the trust, wouldn't a classical format on a full Class B FM
serving the Boston market with the call letters WCRB be likely to meet the
conditions of the trust?
Dan Strassberg, email@example.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "A. Joseph Ross" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Garrett Wollman" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Boston Radio Interest" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 8:15 PM
Subject: Re: What about WFCC?
> On 1 Dec 2006 at 19:02, Garrett Wollman wrote:
> > The only thing that has happened thus far with WFCC-FM is that the
> > ownership of license has been transferred from Charles River
> > Broadcasting WFCC License Corp. to Charles River Broadcasting WFCC
> > License, LLC (with the same ultimate shareholders and the same voting
> > interests). CRB filed a consummation notice (now in electronic form)
> > dated November 8.
> > The original pro-forma assignment application contains an interesting
> > list of shareholders; Richard L. Kaye was the largest shareholder
> > after the Jones Trust.
> I guess that means Charles River Broadcasting is still in existence.
> I wonder why WFCC wasn't sold. For that matter, I still wonder how
> they managed to sell WCRB without violating the terms of the Jones
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