"Hometown Tradition" Does NOT Continue At WCCM
Wed May 16 14:36:38 EDT 2007
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>To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: "Hometown Tradition" Does NOT Continue At WCCM
>Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 18:11:17 +0000
>CNHI is a minority owner (49%)
>-------------- Original message ----------------------
>From: Sean Smyth
> email@example.com wrote:
> > The deal DID include the radio stations, which are now co-owned by
> > Community Newspaper Holding Co. out of Alabama.
> I thought radio/newspaper cross ownership still was banned?
> Anyhow, CNHI is known as a company that does things on the cheap.
> slicing out local news does not surprise me.
Prediction: there will be a heat wave this summer leading to brownouts in
Eastern Massachusetts; National Grid will ask customers to cut back
their electrical usage (A/C's, fans, etc) and I will be thinking of a
1,000-watt transmitter on a hill in Haverhill that could be turned off
and nobody would notice.
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