Globe: Some '07 Sox games on WEEI
Tue May 9 16:05:06 EDT 2006
"AM 850". Another case where station A won't mention station B's
calls, even though they are co-owned?
Is this merely professional courtesy or some sort of FCC rule?
On 9 May 2006, at 15:50, Bob Nelson wrote:
> On 5/9/06, Dan Strassberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> What's special about Friday nights on WRKO? Taste of Boston? I
>> know that TOB
>> is brokered time but does WRKO REALLY have contractual commitments
>> advertisers for Friday nights throughout the 2007 baseball season?
> Good question. Maybe it's just trying to throw a bone to WEEI--to
> give them SOME
> games once in awhile. Or, yes, it could be some kind of sponsor
> Most listeners will get used to the switching back and forth between
> stations--and yes,
> while 30 regular season games will be on WEEI, it means a whopping 132
> will be on
> 'RKO). There will be announcements on both stations saying where the
> given game will be
> on the dial, just as how WRKO mentions the Red Sox game will air on
> "AM 850" etc.
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