WBZ cuts Leveille, Cuddy, Dyett, poss. Desmarais
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Thu Jan 1 07:30:43 EST 2009
No way in h*ll CBS would put Stair on WBZ.
For one thing, Stair is VERY, VERY, VERY CHEAP.. he does not pay ANYWHERE
NEAR the going rate for brokered/block time.(Trust me, I KNOW from FIRST
He also does NOT sign contracts
He will also pull at a moments notice after only a month or two if he gets
I've personally heard him get on the air and throw a fit when listeners
weren't contacting him.
Plus, the overall quality of the program is downright horrible!
Roy Masters is a bit of a weirdo, but he's at least listenable and not as
Strange as brother Stair.
On 1/1/09, Dan.Strassberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Speculating on what 'BZ would do to fill the overnights, I figured
> that leased time would be CBS's best hope for "monetizing" the open
> slot. Now that Brother Stair has left WWZN and Roy Masters, who is
> always looking for big AM signals with good overnight reach, is on
> WBIX during the daytime, I wondered whether the two of them might not
> divide the five hours a night on WBZ (say, Masters from midnight until
> 2:00AM and Stair from 2:00AM to 5:00AM). And then it hit me--I had
> proposed a combo with a name so catchy that nobody would be likely to
> forget it: The Stair Master Program.
> Dan Strassberg (email@example.com)
> eFax 1-707-215-6367
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bob Nelson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "BostonRadio Mailing List"
> Sent: Thursday, January 01, 2009 2:15 AM
> Subject: WBZ cuts Leveille, Cuddy, Dyett, poss. Desmarais
> SaveWRKO's blog broke it as a rumor and the Herald confirms it: WBZ is
> cutting Steve Leveille, Lovell
> Dyett, Tom Cuddy, and supposedly Pat Desmarais as well.
> No idea what will replace them; shocker (budget cuts? The ax also fell
> on Colin McEnroe at sister WTIC)
> What the heck is WBZ going to run all night, informercials? So much
> for Mel Simon's audio clip trivia
> and "I love you, I love you madly".
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
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