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Sat Aug 6 16:50:07 EDT 2011
I think you can pretty much blame them for the death of 1090 WILD. They don't run as much power as Hot 87.7 and Big City 101.3. Both of those stations have been raided, 87.7 about a month ago, but they were both back on within a week. Some of the Haitian pirates like the 3 transmitter simulcast 89.3 (Mattapan, Randolph, and Brockton) have been on for close to if not more than 10 years.
Pirates broadcasting formats like oldies, rock, etc seem to get shut down for good once they get noticed, which I know may not be a good thing to say on this list... Sorry, I said it...
On Aug 6, 2011, at 4:32 PM, Kevin Vahey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 2 words - Mayor Mumbles
> Boston Police uses them at times to get messages out
> On Aug 6, 2011 4:27 PM, "Donna Halper" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On 8/6/2011 2:41 PM, Dan.Strassberg wrote:
>>> I heard this pirate for the first time this morning on my car radio in
>>> my basement garage in Arlington Heights near Route 2 and the Lexington
>>> line. Sounded quite professional and just loaded with spots. If they
>>> aren't giving away the time, they might be making a fair amount of
>>> money--especially considering that pirates don't pay music-licensing
>> Nobody yet has given me a good explanation as to how these folks remain
>> on the air. They may be the nicest people ever, they may be performing
>> a great service to humanity, but the last time I checked, they were
>> operating illegally and that used to be a no-no. Why has the FCC given
>> them a free pass?
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