Howie writes about Jerry Williams' brawl at WMEX

A. Joseph Ross
Thu Oct 4 01:54:01 EDT 2007

On 3 Oct 2007 at 12:42, Laurence Glavin wrote:

> Howie mentioned that WMEX was able to get as high as a 40-share in
> those days, while top-rated station (i.e. stations where he never
> worked) are lucky to get a 7.  Well, remember that FM radio in those
> days was not a factor. A couple of daytimers, WORL-AM 950 and WBMS-AM
> 1090 had listeners sunrise to sunset, at night the only players were
> WEEI-AM 590; WNAC-AM 680; WHDH-AM 850; WBZ-AM 1030; WCOP-AM 1150;
> WVDA-AM 1260 and WMEX-AM 1510.  (WVOM-AM 1600 existed but then as now
> was given over largely to foreign-language programming. 

By 1962, WBMS had become WILD, WVDA had become WEZE, and WVOM had 
become WBOS.

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