Future of WILD
Tue Feb 27 17:42:49 EST 2007
I'll believe it when I DON'T hear it any more. Supposedly, Radio One spurned
offers for WILD that were considered too low. Could it possibly be true that
taking the station dark and taking a writeoff could make sense but a low
price would make no sense and a higher price WOULD make sense? Somebody with
a better understanding of finance than mine will have to explain to me how
that scenario would work. Garrett?
Dan Strassberg, firstname.lastname@example.org
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Nelson" <email@example.com>
To: "BostonRadio Mailing List"
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 5:02 PM
Subject: Future of WILD
> A post on a radio messageboard claimed that WILD was to go dark tomorrow;
I didn't know whether to believe it
> or not and couldn't find info online. However a reply to the post had
"inside info" that Salem was moving its
> stations into the studios that had been built for WILD (AM) and what was
WILD-FM, now WKAF //WAAF...the
> post also said that Radio One just wasn't interested in running WILD
anymore and either they
> were trying to get into the previous studios they used to have or might
just go dark...with one possibility
> being that Salem could buy the daytimer. One Globe article in the past
said that Radio One was probably
> going to sell WILD at some point.
> Haven't heard anything else about it but if WILD is missing from the radio
dial in the next couple days,
> you know something is up...We'll see if this is true.
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