Fybush: Willcox selling WNSH to Costa-Eagle

Doug Drown revdoug1@myfairpoint.net
Tue Jan 4 13:26:10 EST 2011

When I spoke of the Merrimack Valley I was thinking primarily of 

I'm amazed by all this.  It shows how significantly the demographics of 
Mass. have changed since I left in 1976, when the Latino/Hispanic 
community was still rather small (though growing). 

I recognize that there are language barriers between the various 
nationalities, but are there stations in the region that target the 
Asian community?   -Doug

Quoting Scott Fybush <scott@fybush.com>:
> On 1/4/2011 10:33 AM, Doug Drown wrote:
> > As an ex-Bay Stater long in Maine, I'm curious: With the exception of
> > WCAP and WNBP, are all the AMs in the North Shore and the Merrimack
> > Valley now broadcasting in Spanish? -Doug
> There's the current incarnation of WCCM, on the 1110 Salem NH facility
> that more or less serves Lawrence. That's in English. But WLLH and the
> original WCCM (now WNNW) and the original WHAV (now WCEC) are all
> Spanish, as is WESX. WLYN is multilingual, no?
> s

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