WBZ... 'Dispirit' of New England
Sat Jan 10 18:14:17 EST 2009
Yes we are - or rather were except for Jordan now. I initially thought
Jordan and Dan were awaiting for the second shoe to fall. However, Jordan's
show was broadcast to WCCO this morning.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill O'Neill" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Boston Radio Interest" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2009 11:08 AM
Subject: WBZ... 'Dispirit' of New England
> WBZ listeners at night are there purposefully. It is appointment radio
> with a stable brand. And there is the (perhaps false) sense that if news
> breaks in Boston that someone in the BZ newsroom will be there to dig into
> it and report on it. Now, it is akin to a skipping record going
> unattended. How can a demo with millions not benefit from a single live
> news/talk source?
> This is really not a corporate greed issue; it is no one on the business
> end of the snake too afraid to risk it all and stand up for the business,
> whether it be quality refrigerators or a a relevant, set apart radio
> choice. There are worse things than losing your job over something you go
> public with and stand up for. Blame 'corporate' all you wish, but I'll go
> with the local pant loads willing to bend over.
> Bill O'Neill
More information about the Boston-Radio-Interest