Radio Tradition: North Shore Salem- Beverly Football 48 yearsonthe radio!

Roger Kolakowski
Tue Nov 20 11:34:08 EST 2007

I believe the Quincy Game was broadcast last year and I found the following
notes for this year:

>The 2007 season marks the 7th year of high school football brought to you
by MWL >Sports.

>This year our network of stations includes:
>1570AM - WPEP *(off air)
>1530AM - WVBF
>1480AM - WSAR

>Games listed with "(w)" after the station call letters will also be
available to >listen to live on the web.

>Th 11/22 9:45am 1150AM (w)  Quincy v. N. Quincy


>Following last year's successful webcast of the Quincy/North Quincy on
>Thanksgiving of last year WBZ decided to expand our coverage of games.  All
>games begin at 10:00am

An update on the Salem/Beverly matchup is that Salem Cable TV will be
carrying the audio feed from WMWM-FM on Local Access.

ex WESX 1230

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Bill O'Neill <>
> To: Roger Kolakowski <>
> Cc: <>
> Sent: Monday, November 19, 2007 7:04 PM
> Subject: Re: Radio Tradition: North Shore Salem- Beverly Football 48
> the radio!
> > Roger Kolakowski wrote:
> > > Utilizing ex WESX staffers, Rick Moore, Bill Newell, Roger Kolakowski,
> and
> > > Bill Cooksey, coverage will start around 7am Thanksgiving day and end
> post
> > > game with the long version of Alice's Restaurant and a special
> > > song for our troops in the Middle East.
> >
> > Good job, WMWM.  That's good stuff(ing).  Way to tie-in to the
> > community.  WMWM Salem Salem should be congratulated.
> >
> > Bill O'Neill
> > //
> >
> Has any other station picked up the Quincy game that used to air on 'ESX's
> sister station, WJDA?
> If my memory is correct, WESX used to air at least one other Thanksgiving
> game via tape delay after the Salem-Beverly game. I'm almost positive I
> heard a Swampscott-Marblehead game one year.
> Howard

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