WCAP a trend-fighter (was: WBZ cuts Leveille, Cuddy, Dyett, poss.Desmarais)

JohnOnTheSeacoast theseacoast@maine.rr.com
Fri Jan 2 16:05:29 EST 2009

I am impressed with the local dedication to put 980 back on the map in the
Merrimack Valley.  My only complaint is running "canned" music slots.  I'd
rather they be live and local with music (Full Service) around the talk.  I
sure miss the formats of the past like WEZE, WHDH, WKOX had where they were
News-Talk-Music.  Plenty of phones, personality and localism.


-----Original Message-----
From: Bill O'Neill [mailto:billohno@gmail.com] 


Along with Scott, count me among the WCAP alumni very pleased with Clark 
and the local innovation going on at "The Cap" (an unofficial moniker 
that's a perennial nickname by staff and alums over the years.) 

BTW, I visited the station not too long ago. I was pleased to see that 
there were actually some old tapes and carts stored there that I had 
used over ten to 20 years ago. I hope to get back there and save them to 
digital for posterity.  I think the tacky while refreshing low-tech 
'splash in the pool' sfx may among the aural survivors. 

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