Alex Langer Launching Brazilian Programming On WJOE

Howard Glazer
Wed Mar 11 11:17:42 EDT 2009

The article states that WJOE's will be a Brazilian RELIGIOUS station, which
probably limits its appeal to a fraction of whatever Brazilian community
exists within its coverage area. As a non-Brazilian, I might have found a
Brazilian station with a musical format a nice change of pace, but music
obviously doesn't pay the bills, and you have to hire and pay people to play
it. Too bad. Looks like all WJOE will ever be to me is another impediment to
listening to WLW at night.


Paul B. Walker wrote:

> I highly doubt listeners to WSRO in Framingham and Dudley, as quote in the
> article, will actually be able to hear WJOE 700 from their location.
> Paul
> On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 4:30 PM, Mark Watson <> wrote:
> >  Saw an article in the MetroWest Daily News about a new all-Brazilian
> > station Alex Langer is putting on the air next Monday, WJOE at 700 AM
> > if I'm not mistaken is licensed to Athol, but the article doesn't
> > that. It does say that the station will be 2500 watts and operate from
> > studios on Mt. Wayte Ave. in Framingham and will target Brazilian
> > in Western MA, as well as NH, CT, RI & VT.
> >

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