Howie belongs to WRKO
Tue Oct 16 16:54:27 EDT 2007
I realize how entrenched WEEI is, but if the Sox are
involved and the games not to mention the lion's share
of team access go to WBOS then there's an immediate
jump. Without Sox cooperation on some level and games
it would be the FM version of WAMG. What the Sox are
looking for is corporate synergy, keeping the revenue
stream in-house and control of product. Not to mention
that the Yankees don't own or operate a radio station!
--- Kevin Vahey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 10/16/07, Maureen Carney <email@example.com>
> > This gets me wondering - is Greater Media planning
> > something else? I really think the end may not be
> > Howie on WTTK. It may be flipping WBOS to sports
> > shooting at WEEI
> I'm also not sure how much
> > it would take for the Sox to break the Entercom
> > contract - 9 more years to go!
> From what I have heard Entercom would be dancing for
> joy if they could
> get out of this contract as they are losing millions
> this year.
> Now as far as WBOS is concerned?
> Greater Media has tried to make WPEN in Philly a
> sports talker but it
> lags far behind powerhouse WIP
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