vzeej5wn@myfairpoint.net vzeej5wn@myfairpoint.net
Sat Nov 21 00:34:09 EST 2009

I remember WTAG-FM running Caspar Citron's late-evening program from 
QXR.  I think the T&G did the best it could in trying to make a success 
of the station.  It was a class act in the early '60s, and of course 
the AM always was.  The T&G sold the FM at just the wrong time.  I 
doubt that in 1966 very many people could foresee what FM would become. 
  WSRS's beautiful music format caught on very quickly.   -Doug

Quoting "A. Joseph Ross" <joe@attorneyross.com>:
> On 20 Nov 2009 at 18:02, Mark Laurence wrote:
> > I know it sounds insane now, but this is a company that had been
> > dumping money into one of the country's first FM stations for 15 years
> > with nothing to show for it. 
> WTAG-FM in the late 1950s ran separate programs from the AM at a time
> when few stations did.  They had classical music from the QXR
> network. 
> -- A. Joseph Ross, J.D.                           617.367.0468
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