Herald article on lack of women in talk radio
Thu Mar 9 17:11:33 EST 2006
Actually, WEEI is full of talkers -- they just talk about different
Sportscaster/writer Wendy Nix has been on WEEI's Big Show several
times; she's definitely shown she can hold her own in the
testosterone-fuelled environment there. Back before the Boston Glob
put its self-imposed ban on its writers appearing on WEEI, we used to
be treated to frequent guest-host gigs by Nancy Marrapesse
(spelling?) and Jackie MacMullan.
So, if the Glob would relent, then we'd hear more female voices on
WEEI, I'd think...
On 9 Mar 2006, at 16:44, rogerkirk wrote:
> "Stephanie Weil" opined:
>> It's no fun being a one-talk-station city. :(
> With WBZ's Paul Sullivan Show (interrupted occasionally by a
> "wonderful Hockey Game"), Steve Leveille, Pat Desmarais and Lovell
> Dyett, I'd place that at more like a one and two-fifths talk
> station city.
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