Could we see ESPN 1260?
Thu Jul 13 17:56:23 EDT 2006
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bob Nelson" <email@example.com>
> To: "David Tomm" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Could we see ESPN 1260?
> Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 15:45:39 -0400
> Good point. I will say 1260's signal is better than that of 890/1400.
> If ESPN did move to 1260, Radio Disney could turn up at 890/1400 or
> maybe even 1510 if Sporting News
> Radio goes out of biz.
> Yes the national advertisers are happy but how about the local ones?
> ESPN at 1260
> could hire Felger to do his afternoon show, on a stronger
> signal...Anyway, it appears to be happening in Cleveland and I wonder
> if it'll happen here.
> by the way, some format similarities in Boston and Cleveland:
> 850: Sports (WEEI Boston, WKNR Cleveland)
> 99.5: Country (WKLB Lowell, WGAR Cleveland)
> 1260: Radio Disney (WMKI Boston, WWMK Cleveland)
> 89.7: Public (WGBH Boston, WKSU Kent OH)
> 100.7: Rock (WZLX Boston, WMMS Cleveland)
Now if 104.9 were still WBOQ classical, then that dial spot would
be classical in suburban Cleveland AND suburban Boston
(ok I know Gloucesterites don't think of themselves
as suburbanites, but Bever-aliens may).
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