Kevin Vahey kvahey@comcast.net
Tue Feb 26 13:51:22 EST 2008

3  yes

2  But ESPN HAD to be on in New York ( Boston not so much )

1  Felger actually quit his job at the Herald and continues to be a
free lancer for the paper. Now his wife is unemployed and can she stay
in the market?

On 2/26/08, Sean Smyth <sean.smyth@yahoo.com> wrote:
> 1. I wouldn't rely on David Scott being accurate when it comes to media
> matters. He's a part of the blogosphere that believes in just tossing
> stuff out and seeing where it sticks.
> 1a. 890/1400 supposedly has been for sale for months, even the past
> couple years, if you believe the rumors. Nothing has materialized. Does
> this mean the rumors are false? Of course not. What it does say,
> though, is that J-Sports hasn't been that desperate to sell, if it is
> trying to sell. If it were, the stations would be sold by now, since
> one of the major groups would do a buy on the cheap.
> 2. I'd be surprised if the stations weren't breaking even. I'm guessing
> that ESPN is paying for 890/1400 to clear programming in the Boston
> market. Wasn't the lease payment on 1050 New York pretty generous to
> the Jewish Forward folk?
> 3. Didn't Andleman back off his interest in 1510 because of the
> transmitter lease?

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