Almost impossible for the average person to buy a HD Radio

A Joseph Ross
Sat Sep 10 23:31:41 EDT 2011

On 9/10/2011 9:38 AM, Ari Alpert wrote:
> > If it's available on FM....why would anyone listen to it on AM?
> > With this switch.....there's one less reason for people to go to the 
> AM band.
> Can't imagine that AM losing more listeners doesn't hurt WBZ-AM. When 
> does WBZ-AM make the switch to FM assuming this is no longer an if but 
> a when? How does NewsRadio 103.3 sound in 2012 or is there another 
> property CBS might flip or move?

Yet another WBZ-FM?  What new call letters will they put on Boston's 
Sports Hub?

Come to think of it, is there anything to prevent having a WBZ (FM) and 
a WBZ-FM at the same time?

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