I guess holiday music works

Jim Hall aerie.ma@comcast.net
Fri Jan 8 10:42:15 EST 2010

Your post made me think about the former WHEB 750 in Portsmouth NH. Why did
they just go off the air instead of being sold? 

They had a good signal, and although they were a daytimer, they were allowed
to stay on the air at full power until sunset in Atlanta (WSB). 

I am thinking that if Bob Bitner had been able to buy WHEB, he would have
blanketed the coastline on 730, 740, and 750. I used to be able to hear WHEB
in my apartment in Back Bay after the 740 had signed off at sunset.

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[mailto:boston-radio-interest-bounces@tsornin.BostonRadio.org] On Behalf Of
Bob DeMattia
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Subject: Re: I guess holiday music works

Please don't leave out Bob's WJIB 740!  I can hear that little
transmitter of his
almost 20 miles out in my car.


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