WRKO site has Virtual Howie
Mon Oct 15 11:11:42 EDT 2007
I heard a commercial voiced by Howie on WRKO within the past week.
Presumably the advertiser hasn't pulled it so WRKO had to run it. But
I'd wager that nobody at Entercom was inclined to go to the advertiser
and ask whether they wanted new talent to voice their spot. Doing so
would only have reminded the advertiser of Howie's absence and given
the advertiser a reason to cancel the rest of the contract. Moreover,
isn't Entercom's official position still that Howie will be back at
Guest St in the not-so-distant future?
Dan Strassberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Nelson" <email@example.com>
To: "BostonRadio Mailing List"
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2007 10:52 AM
Subject: WRKO site has Virtual Howie
Unbelievable. No Howie on the air at WRKO but you can have him on your
computer by going to
http://www.wrko.com and clicking on Virtual Howie. It plays sound
clips of Howie talking. Click on each one to hear it
when you get there. (Today some kind of legal meeting between the
parties is due to take place.)
Take it away mumbles
Is this fair?
Ted Kennedy (the Howie "sock puppet" has a puppet of his own, Ted K
with two jugs of booze)
I Didn't Come Here To Be Made Sport Of
For a station that may lose Howie soon (but who knows with all this
legal stuff) it's puzzling. How
long have they been working on this? Again go to WRKO site and it's
right up top.
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