Good Bye Hazel Mae
Fri Jun 27 17:35:50 EDT 2008
NESN is a paradox. They may well be the most profitable media outlet
in the market thanks to subscriber fees and they spent a small fortune
on the Watertown complex.
However they pay the Watertown support staff peanuts as for example
master control operators get a whopping $8 an hour.
They do pay top dollar for game productions using National Mobile for
remotes and Green Line Group for crew.
Bob Kurtz who took over for Ned Martin was offered more money to do
Wild hockey on radio in Minneapolis and left.
Orsillo makes a fraction of what Sean McDonough was making. Remy
supplements his income with The Remy Report which the Red Sox link to
on their home page.
On 6/27/08, Maureen Carney <email@example.com> wrote:
> I can assure you she's not coming to CSN at this point. There's been no
> mention of her in the building, no shifting of office space or change in
> programming to accomodate her.
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Kevin Vahey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Maureen Carney <email@example.com>
> Cc: Boston Radio Group <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, June 27, 2008 3:26:21 PM
> Subject: Re: Good Bye Hazel Mae
> There was a good bye party for Hazel at the Pour House last night and
> all she is saying is she is staying in Boston.
> So what are the possibilities?
> CSN unlikely would offer her a bump in salary.
> WCVB, NECN and WHDH unlikely.
> FOX25? Nobody tunes in to see Butch Sterns so that is possible.
> Channel 4? It would be a slap at Steve Burton. Still they could offer
> a nice salary bump over NESN.
> It's possible ESPN could be in the mix as they already provide Boston
> Coach limos for 2 talents who live in Boston.
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