demise of WHDH (AM) was: Nightcap
Sun Jan 4 20:54:31 EST 2009
Incredibly that could actually happen now.
The NY Times has angry stockholders while the Herald is privately
owned by Purcell (Murdoch)
The Globe is getting thinner by the week.
Maybe Atty Ross can interject here but is there any way the Times
could just file bankruptcy for the Globe division and keep NY out of
it for now? I know in Chicago the reverse happened when the Tribune
filed by the Cubs are not involved.
On 1/4/09, Paul Hopfgarten <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> How ironic it would be if the Globe folds and the Herald remains the last
> Boston Daily standing...
> -Paul Hopfgarten
> Derry NH
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> [mailto:boston-radio-interest-bounces@tsornin.BostonRadio.org] On Behalf Of
> Kevin Vahey
> Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2009 12:42 AM
> To: Larry Weil
> Cc: BostonRadio Mailing List
> Subject: demise of WHDH (AM) was: Nightcap
> I have always speculated on what the Boston broadcast landscape would
> look like today if the Herald-Traveler had won the fight to keep
> channel 5. It was an ugly case and it came down to the Globe and the
> Kennedy family doing everything that could to destroy the newspaper.
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