Cape Cod Stations (was:Re: Alan Douglas?)

David Tomm
Wed Mar 22 21:56:33 EST 2006

The stations that flipped are 93.5 in Harwich Port and 101.1 Mashpee.  
These are Class A FM's that used to be part of the old Boch 
Broadcasting cluster.  They have simulcasted various formats off and on 
for many years now.  Nassau owns these properties now and the new 
format is similar to the Frank stations they run in New Hampshire 
(106.3/Nashua), and Maine (107.5/Lewiston-Portland &105.5/Islesboro)

On Mar 22, 2006, at 5:50 PM, Paul B. Currier wrote:

> Yes, lower power commercial FM's broadcasting the same programming to 
> cover
> a decent area.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Larry Weil" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 3:58 PM
> Subject: Cape Cod Stations (was:Re: Alan Douglas?)
>> At 07:57 AM 3/22/2006, Paul B. Currier wrote:
>>> And, two of our local low power stations that broadcast as one have
> switched
>>> from automated oldies to automated "Frank FM".   They are now know as
> WFRQ &
>>> WFQR.   The article is in the Cape Cod Times today and may be online 
>>> at
>>> capecod  Scott Fybush has also been quoted in the article
> saying
>>> that they are focusing on 70's & 80's hits.   Ho hum (for radio, not
> Scott).
>> There is nothing in the article to indicate that these stations are
>> LPFM's.  I believe they are regular commercial stations.  Perhaps you
>> meant they are class A stations which are less power than Class B,
>> but still orders of magnitude more than LPFM.
>> Larry Weil
>> Lake Wobegone, NH

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