A Joseph Ross
Sat Jul 23 22:35:48 EDT 2011
On 7/23/2011 2:57 AM, Donna Halper wrote:
> But my record differ from yours, Tom. WCOP was sold again several
> more times-- and yes, Plough absolutely owned it, but I don't have the
> ownership in the late 1940s-- my records say Plough bought the station
> after it was briefly owned by the soon to be defunct Boston Post
> newspaper. Plough purchased it from the Post in May 1956.
I think that would have been when WCOP took on the Top 40 format that I
remember, I believe Plough continued to own WCOP and WCOP-FM into the
1970s, when the stations became WACQ and WTTK, until they were sold to
one of the Tangers and became WHUE.
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