Red Sox return to WEEI

Jeff Lehmann
Wed Aug 26 11:22:18 EDT 2009

I don't think they're going to move WEEI to 680 just so Bob can hear  
the Sox at work. They have been very sucessful on 850. Why would they  
want to mess with that? Mike FM is also sucessful, and if they moved  
EEI there, they would then have an AM with almost no value.

Jeff Lehmann
Hanson, MA

On Aug 26, 2009, at 10:59 AM, "Bob Nelson" <>  

> One way to have WEEI broadcast from Burlington would be a format and  
> calls swap as I suggested: WEEI with sports at 680 from
> Burlington, WRKO at 850 with talk from Needham (think that's where  
> they broadcast from). Of course you can't do a simple
> call swap so they'd have to go through a procedure like what CBS did  
> recently.
> WEEI already did a move from 590 to 850 back in the nineties, when  
> they took over the old WHDH (cue toilet flush sound effect).
> Adding an FM signal like 93.7 would help WEEI even if just in doing  
> Sox or Celtics games. (WBOQ, just down Rt 128 from Peabody's
> WMKK stick, might not be so happy...) Go to Sox games then go back  
> to music. And Entercom could boast, as they no doubt do
> with their WEEI simulcasts in western MA, RI, and the Cape, that  
> you'd get a nice clear static free signal on FM --for the Sox
> or for everything.

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