WMUD-LP (89.3 Moriah)

Bill O'Neill billohno@gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 07:49:08 EDT 2011

Do we know the basis for the points used by the FCC? Interesting that a small stand-alone would lose to a multi-license broadcaster and then go dark. I am sure there were other factors that make sense.

Bill O'
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From: scott@fybush.com
Sent: Tue Oct 18 16:34:31 EDT 2011
To: Jeff Lehmann <jjlehmann@comcast.net>
Cc: 'Bill O'Neill' <billohno@gmail.com>, boston-radio-interest@lists.bostonradio.org
Subject: RE: WMUD-LP (89.3 Moriah)

I believe WMUD-LP is being displaced by the new WOXM 89.1 Middlebury, a
full-power VPR signal. Chip had also applied for 89.1 as a full-power
signal but lost out in the points system.


>> Chip Morgan is now airing "goodbye" announcements, the frequency (100
>> watt LPFM) becoming part of the VPR chain.
> How can an LPFM become part of a large regular non-comm group? I didn't
> think that was allowed. Are they signing on a larger station in the area
> that is not a LPFM?
> Jeff Lehmann
> Hanson, MA

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