WFCC founder laments current state of station
Robert S Chase
Thu Apr 5 12:14:10 EDT 2007
What do you expect when you have the best FCC (and other federal regulatory
bodies) that money can buy.
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> (tip of the hat to BostonRadioBlog for finding this)
> A founder of WFCC in Chatham complains about what the once-locally
> oriented, highly recognized
> station has become and he wonders if it will even stay classical:
"Now, there is about to be a further change, as Baltimore-based Sandab
Communications is negotiating with CRB for WFCC (along with CRB's other Cape
radio station, WKPE, Orleans). This move will give Sandab -- which
previously bought WQRC-FM and WOCN-FM -- the second, third and fourth-ranked
stations in the market. (The #1 station, WXTK, is owned by another
conglomerate, Quantum). Do you suppose all of this maneuvering creates a
Well let me tell you, this latest move also could very probably result in
the demise of Classical Music Radio on Cape Cod!
Local community-oriented radio stations are being devoured, dissected, and
discarded by the "Mega-Media Moguls." Operating in the "interest,
convenience and necessity" of the public they are licensed to serve, has
become a joke -- the butt of which, deplorably, is the listening audience!"
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