Boston Musical Intelligenecer Interview

Paul Hopfgarten
Tue May 31 16:27:52 EDT 2011

As of last summer when I was in Dallas in July/Aug (hotter than the face of 
the sun, BTW), WRR on 101.1 in Dallas was a) Still owned by the city of 
Dallas, and b) Broadcasting Classical Music.

D/FW has a really good range of FM stations, even removing the 3/4 FMs en 

-Paul H (I liked KDGE 102.1 the Edge myself)

-----Original Message----- 
From: Dan.Strassberg
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 2:05 PM
To: Laurence Glavin ;
Subject: Re: Boston Musical Intelligenecer Interview

Is WRR still owned by the City of Dallas? And does it still broadcast
classical music? If so, it would seem relevant to a thread that deals
with pirate broadcasters interfering with a classical-formatted
non-commercial station.

Dan Strassberg (
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Laurence Glavin" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, May 21, 2011 2:25 PM
Subject: Boston Musical Intelligenecer Interview

> The classical-music website Boston Musical Intelligencer has just posted 
> an interview with new
> WCRB/Allclassical995 manager Benjamin Roe. It's a fairly wide-ranging 
> interview, covering technical
> issues about the 99.5 signal (and interference from a radio pirate; I 
> wonder if there are pirates
> in Dallas interfering with WRR...see pirates are supposed to say "arrr-arr 
> all the time, get it?) programming
> decisions and fund-raising of WCRB vis-a-vis WGBH. It's found at:

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