All Access hints at WKLB freq switch

David Tomm
Thu Jun 22 04:23:51 EDT 2006

My guess is that Nassau will wind up with that property as well.  They 
already own three FMs on the Cape (the two Franks and WPXC) and they 
have room to add another to that cluster, so it would make sense to 
include 107.5 in the same transaction as 99.5.  They also own the 
W-Bach stations up in Maine which already use the WCRB syndicated 
service, so they may just keep the classical going for awhile on all 
the stations.

--Dave Tomm
"Mike Thomas"

On Jun 22, 2006, at 1:07 AM, A. Joseph Ross wrote:

> On 21 Jun 2006 at 16:33, Laurence Glavin wrote:
>> I checked again and it APPEARS that WCRB has not yet received
>> a license renewal (it still says license good through April 1, 2006);
>> WFCC, also owned by Charles River was renewed.
> What is Charles River going to do with WFCC?  Are they going to keep
> it or is it also being sold?

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