Wed Mar 3 11:31:36 EST 2010
Adding /main.html gets you to the site. They probably will officially launch it when the format launches--I am hearing that Rumba supposedly breathes its last Fri at 3pm followed by best of
Rush till Mon at noon. For now WXKS will run Rush reruns in morning drive, with local show starting on April 1
Not sure how it will do in ratings but it may do so-so--but get billing. Advertisers want their spots on in Boston, etc, and the shows will lead listeners there. Rush, Beck and Hannity rank #1 2 and
3 nationwide in listenership.
Wolfe making it sound like Rush had lackluster ratings--well then surprised he wasn't pulled
earlier...go ahead WTKK, take Rush off our hands. See if we care. Supposedly they paid big bucks to Premiere for the show. Manning will cost less to run and he's local, so that's good especially in
an election year but we'll see how Rush does in ratings and billing
Signal fairly good by day OK by night dep. on where you are. Yes both RKO and XKS have 50 kW
but RKO lower on dial, which helps. RKO stick in Burlington, XKS in Newton. This helps XKS within the 128 belt. Not as good for some but these shows have affiliates in Worc, NH, Prov., the Cape, etc The Boston area proper has many listeners, hence the target
From: Bob DeMattia <email@example.com>
To: Boston Radio Mailing List <boston-radio-interest@lists.BostonRadio.org>
Sent: Wed, Mar 3, 2010 6:52 am
Subject: Re: RushRadio1200.com
I was checking it out yesterday after receiving the email telling us about
I saw the home page and was able to click into several of the other pages.
I clicked on "HOME" to go back to the top and got directed to yahoo.
Someone must have noticed us poking around the site and decided to hide it.
Very strange that a pre-production site would be available to the public
On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 6:06 AM, Paul B. Walker, Jr. <
> I decided to check it out this morning and unless Im doing something wrong,
> it re-directs to ...get this.. ...www.yahoo.com as of 5:05am central.
> Paul Walker
> Marion, IL
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