Bonneville is already using "Nightside" name
Mon Oct 1 21:24:52 EDT 2007
> I'm not sure I'd quite put it that way, but I also see him as a break
> from the way nights have been done on WBZ. David Brudnoy & Paul
> Sullivan were just more "folksy" (not really the right word, but the
> only one that comes to mind right now), where Dan seems to have a harder
> edged, let's-get-to-the-point approach. I'll probably still tune in if
> I'm on the road at night, but he definitely has a different style than
> his predecessors.
There's a tradition that's developed at WBZ in which each night host is
dramatically different from his predecessor. Can anyone say that Sully
was an obvious successor to Professor Brudnoy's nightly classroom of the
Dan's a talented broadcaster, and I'm sure as he settles in and makes
the shift his own, we'll hear more personality from him.
I'll still be tuning in, to the extent I'm able now that IBOC hash is
making WBZ's signal a pale shadow of its former self here in upstate NY...
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