Red Sox return to WEEI

Mario Gonzalez Jr.
Wed Aug 26 11:49:27 EDT 2009

What about something like an iPod Touch or an iPhone?  I use the At Bat 
2009 application and I can hear the audio of all of the games.  I'm a 
Yankee fan, so this is how I can hear all of the games no matter where I 
am.  You would need W-Fi in order to use the iPod Touch.


On 8/26/2009 10:41 AM, Scott Fybush wrote:
> Bob Nelson wrote:
>> Then in the back of
>> the building is the sorting area for packages where WRKO comes in
>> OK-- IF aided by a mini-FM transmitter--and WEEI, pretty much not at
>> all. WBOQ does come in on a walkman, if you stand in one spot and
>> hold the walkman a certain way. The management, who would like to see
>> me move around as I throw packages into sacks, frowns on me staying
>> in one spot...
> What if you put the FM mini-transmitter in the spot where WBOQ comes 
> in decently, and used it to relay WBOQ?
> s
> (who's dependent on the unstable skywave of WTIC while driving around 
> Rochester listening...)

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