WEIM call letter change
Tue Nov 2 16:53:52 EDT 2010
Either might be correct. Which one does the FCC consider to be the
progenitor of WRKO? General Tire acquired the license of WLAW, moved
the WNAC calls there, and sold the license of WNAC to Vic Diehm, who
changed the calls to WVDA. General also paired the WNAC studio
facilities with the former WLAW frequency and transmitter site. As I
understand it, Diehm acquired the WNAC transmitting facilities and the
lease on the WLAW Boston studio/office location (and purchased the
equipment therein). The WLAW Lawrence studio (officially the main
studio even though I believe it was used for fewer hours each week
than the Boston studio) went to General Tire. It was a rather complex
Dan Strassberg (email@example.com)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don" <Donald_Astelle@yahoo.com>
To: "Martin Waters" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "B-R-I"
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 4:01 PM
Subject: Re: WEIM call letter change
>> WRKO is considered a continuation of the station started as WNAC.
> Or rather as WLAW.
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