Wed Oct 7 13:15:35 EDT 2009
No, the calls changed sometime after 'MEX already had it's format together.
I remember Scott Wallace, Ellen Kimball, Avi Nelson (maybe even Jerry
Williams at some point), and the two sports guys, I forget their names, but
C & C, come to mind.
From: A. Joseph Ross [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 2:02 AM
To: Kevin Vahey
Subject: Re: Alan Dary
On 6 Oct 2009 at 12:53, Kevin Vahey wrote:
> Yes Alan worked at WMEX in 1976
> WMEX was able to get the Red Sox radio contract away from WHDH and
> part of the deal was to switch to MOR simply because Tom Yawkey could
> not stand the soft Top 40 format that HDH changed to.
Was that when the call letters changed to WITS?
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