CBS Selling off 50 Stations
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>When done well, listeners can't tell that the whole program isn't
>local. In theory, automation should be able to handle the break-aways
>and rejoins, but I think that in most of the places where is done
>flawlessly, the talent is involved with making it work well.
As far as stations doing split-simulcasts, I think WOKQ/WPKQ does an
excellent job with this. I can't hear 97.5 where I live, so I can't
be certain which breaks are split, but the program elements that ARE
split (legal ID, north country weather and some spots) are absolutely seamless.
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