Hurricane Irene Radio & TV Coverage
Sun Aug 28 21:35:01 EDT 2011
Probably WTUB from Orange, MA.
On Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 8:26 PM, A Joseph Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I noticed that all the local commercial TV chnnnels had various reporters
> standing outdoors in the wind and rain, sometimes holding onto their hats as
> they spoke, reporting on the storm. The cable news channels did the same.
> This is ridiculous. Why can't they be indoors by a window? Do they need
> to have a casualty before they stop doing this?
> Yesterday, on the UMass Amherst campus, I picked up WFAN on the car radio,
> and one of the people there was commenting on this, too. I think many
> standups are foolish and a waste of time, but this is particularly stupid.
> BTW, while driving home from Amherst yesterday I picked up a station at AM
> 700 which seemed to be all ESPN sports. The legal ID was so soft that I
> couldn't hear anything beyond the W. Anyone know what it was?
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