WMEX is Gone
Mon Jun 2 22:05:55 EDT 2008
EMF is being bankrolled by somebody and however their financial setup
is obviously the more penetration they have the better. So in reality
is is paid programming.
The bottom line is it will drive more listeners to satellite radio.
On 6/2/08, Paul B. Walker, Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> WKHL 106.5 won't be selling anytime locally, there won't even be any local
> studios. EMF/KLove don't do the pay for play thing.
> However, listening to the last 80 minute aircheck, I had to almost throw up
> at how much KLove/EMF ass that Dennis Jackson, Gary James and crew were
> kissing.. it's unbeleiveable they actually beleived any of the crap they
> were saying.
> Now, I should say, I respect Dennis as a broadcaster, he is a genius and a
> good business person.. and Gary James is a good radio guy.
> On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 9:45 PM, Kevin Vahey <email@example.com> wrote:
>> While we can lament the format change of another station to religious
>> programming there is no getting around the fact that it is highly
>> profitable for the license holder.
>> Organizations can tell their followers they need more money to spread
>> the word and the station owner happily sells the time.
>> When I was young WHDH radio would sell airtime to the Mission Church
>> in JP and the Red Sox on Wednesday nights would not start a home game
>> until 8:30 in because the service was so widely listened to and WHDH
>> and the church would not budge on the time.
> Paul B. Walker, Jr.
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