WXKS-AM/WKOX-AM Ask For Votes On Programming

Brian Vita brian_vita@cssinc.com
Wed Dec 6 10:09:13 EST 2006

A. Joseph Ross wrote:
> On 5 Dec 2006 at 17:00, Laurence Glavin wrote:
>> I just got an e-mail from WXKS-AM/WKOX-AM offering me an opportunity
>> to vote on whom I'd like to hear from noon-till-3 pm:  Ed Schultz;
>> Thom HartmannThom Hartmann; or Al Franken.  I chose Thom HartmannThom
>> Hartmann because I don't care for Ed Schultz and I believe Al Franken
>> will pull a Jerry Springer (no he will not dance on TV) and leave
>> radio for new ventures. The e-mail provided a click through for the
>> Discussion Board which had current entries, although one cannot access
>> it directly through bostonsprogressivetalk.com.
> Why would they be doing this if they're planning to kill the format 
> in a couple of weeks?
I would assume that promotions like this are set up weeks in advance to 
put the mechanisms in place.  It could simply be that the machine was 
prepaid and is dutifully rolling on as previously instructed.  Its kind 
of like the theory that answering machines will still exist after human 
life ends.


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