WFCC & WKPE finally being sold

Doug Drown
Sun Jan 14 08:13:36 EST 2007

While we're on the subject of Nassau's new classical network: It'll be
interesting to hear what they come up with.  I was in Mass. for several days
last week and listened to WCRB during most of my driving time there.  The
format is decidedly "classical lite," as some on the Board have
indicated --- quite different from the WCRB I knew years ago.  That's not
the case with Nassau's Maine Classical Network.  It isn't that one hears,
for example, modern atonal music very often, but the stations do play a
large amount of comparatively little-known selections.  I wonder to what
extent that may change.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "David Tomm" <>
To: "A. Joseph Ross" <>
Cc: <>; "Paul B Currier"
Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2007 2:51 AM
Subject: Re: WFCC & WKPE finally being sold

> Sandab, the owners of WQRC and WOCN are purchasing WFCC and WKPE-FM.
> All Access had a quick note on it and according to them, WFCC will
> retain their classical format once the sale closes.   I'm actually
> surprised that Nassau didn't wind up with these stations, since they
> just bought the two Frank-FM's on the Cape not that long ago. WFCC
> would have been a natural fit with the new classical network they're
> setting up at WCRB.
> --Dave Tomm
> "Mike Thomas"
> On Jan 14, 2007, at 1:33 AM, A. Joseph Ross wrote:
> > On 13 Jan 2007 at 8:00, Paul B Currier wrote:
> >
> >> Cape radio
> >> Two Cape radio stations sold
> >> More than a year after the radio stations first went on the market,
> >> Cape Cod's WFCC-FM and WKPE-FM are finally being sold.
> >
> > I wonder whether this means the end of classical music on WFCC.
> >

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