Is this the end of Sporting News Radio?
Sat Feb 23 20:44:01 EST 2008
Steve Theeee Sports Final was Star.
He actually had some stations in major markets such as Cleveland and
Tampa. In Boston he bounced around and was on 590 and then 1330.
For some insane reason he built a very expensive studio in the then
brand new Kendall Square complex complete with a ground floor studio
with big picture windows. He had been in East Boston where he ran the
sports network and tunnel radio but his rent must have been ten times
higher in Cambridge.
Sorry to hear that he passed as he couldn't have been that old.
On 2/23/08, Sean Smyth <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Kevin Vahey <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Speaking of defunct sports networks does anybody know where Tom Star
> > might be today? He built his Sumner-Callahan Radio Network into a
> > decent national sports outlet but he had a problem with paychecks
> > that
> > bounced.
> > Of course the person who built that network landed nicely on his feet
> > at Entercom...Jason Wolfe.
> I recall reading Tom's obituary a number of years ago.
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