Guy starts a LP station in Concord.

John Francini
Fri Feb 2 00:21:25 EST 2007

I've been listening for the past three hours over the Net whilst 
doing some late-night work.

 From a peruse of their website, it appears they simply broadcast the 
Beethoven Satellite Network most of the week, with other stuff either 
locally produced or from WFMT on the weekends, and a local program at 

The site also claims that they signed on three years ago.

Even so, this appears to be a wider range of classical music than 
WCRB has been playing, without the ads.

Highly listenable.  Maybe not perfect, but certainly decent.


At 13:40 -0500 2/1/07, Joseph Pappalardo wrote:
>Here is the story of an industrious guy who decided he wanted to 
>bring classical music to his town.
>He started his own (legal) "LP" station.
>Seems to cover Concord very well!
>In the digital age, it appears that it's much easier to run than it 
>was for Simon Geler of WVCA...who would sign-off if he had a dentist 
>appointment. ;-)
>Does anyone know anything about Harry Kozlowski?

John Francini,

"The journey is more important than the destination-that's part of 
life. If you only live for getting to the end, you're almost always 
disappointed."     -Donald Knuth

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