[SPAM]RE: [SPAM]Letter/number nicknames, and "rounding off"...

Paul Hopfgarten paul@derrynh.net
Sat Oct 4 07:17:56 EDT 2008

They used it briefly in the later 70s (I don't recall specifically what
year). When Ken Shelton and Clark Schmidt were on there...

I listened because except when the had Celtics games when AM 1030 had the
B's and C's and there were conflicts....anyways, except for that, WBZ-FM did
not run commercials.

-Paul Hopfgarten
-Derry NH

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  Paul Hopfgarten wrote:

>Z-107 for the old WBZ-FM (106.7)

I don't remember that one, but WERZ in Exeter, N.H. used to be Z-107 
in the 80s (indeed the call letters stood for We R Z107).

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