Wanna buy WRMO(FM)?

Larry Lovering newsltr@southstation.org
Sat Nov 6 08:23:09 EDT 2010

I'm with Doug, no money, no station.  They did have an interesting mix, aimed at that 35+ demo, and yes, I would love to program Jazz on a station like that.  Oh well, I guess I'm going to have to wait on that retirement to Maine...


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From: boston-radio-interest-bounces@tsornin.BostonRadio.org [mailto:boston-radio-interest-bounces@tsornin.BostonRadio.org] On Behalf Of Doug Drown
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Subject: Re: Wanna buy WRMO(FM)?

I wish I had the money, alas.  Someone could buy this little station and do some really creative things with it.  Down East Maine has an eclectic populace that encompasses a thriving artistic and musical 
culture.   One thing that Maine doesn't have at all, and which I would 
love to hear, is a good jazz station.  MPBN and WBACH have some great jazz programs, but with each it's only a little more than one evening a 
week.   -Doug

Quoting Jibguy@aol.com:
> Commercially-licensed.  It's only 130 watts, but it has an engineering 
> study saying it could upgrade to 6,000 watts, and perhaps 25,000 
> watts; the latter two which would cover Ellsworth & Bar Harbor/Acadia 
> Park, Maine to different degrees.  A chance to do your own thing on 
> the coast of Maine.  If interested, please contact  Mike - 
> _mmcsorley@maineline.net_
> (mailto:mmcsorley@maineline.net)
> Disclaimer: I'm just a messenger, without any financial interest, nor 
> acting as a broker.
> ------BB

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