Uncle Dale's replacement...
Fri Sep 19 14:40:14 EDT 2008
And to think we all thought this might happen - but to WBCN.
----- Original Message ----
From: Kevin Vahey <email@example.com>
Cc: Boston Radio Group <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Maureen Carney <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2008 2:36:36 PM
Subject: Re: Uncle Dale's replacement...
Convenient that the timing coincides with Sox playoff run.
I agree with Sean that New York called this shot and a flip could
happen quickly with Bruins starting up in 2 weeks.
Ordway is up in 2 months and for all we know a deal with CBS might be
done but nothing will be announced until his deal is up so it would
not be a Howie fiasco. Lobel and Ordway are buddies so there isn't an
On 9/19/08, Sean Smyth <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 9/19/08, Maureen Carney <email@example.com> wrote:
>> is Bob Lobel, according to today's Boston Herald.
>> Does this mean that CBS wants to move 103.3 off of oldies
>> eventually? I can't imagine Lobel doing a "that was
>> the Beatles; here's the Stones" type of shift.
>> I'm guessing there will be even less music (although the
>> holiday music may change that equation) in the mornings and
>> after the intial curiosity wears off their #s will be down.
> I like how Ted Jordan said he "realized" Bob was out of work when he ran
> into him at a restaurant. Um, yeah, didn't see him much driving down SFR
> Sounds like this move came from up top, and I'd be surprised if 103.3 isn't
> all-sports by Christmas. You just don't make this type of move if you want
> to stay with the format.
> (If they do blow up Oldies, what becomes of WZLX? I would think they'd have
> to benefit?)
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