Wed Sep 14 00:12:00 EDT 2011
106.3 Nashua NH and 107.5 Lewiston/Portland ME are both Nassau Franks and
they have the SAME rotation of songs, but not a SIMULCAST, though I think
they have some DJs that do both stations and straddle the live sections
I can pick up both fairly well here in Epping (Nassau's 106.3 Scarborough
does not interfere here).....I always wondered why Nassau doesn't simply
flip 107.5 and 106.3 so BOTH Franks (Nashua and the Portland market) could
be 106.3 Frank FM...
Both are Classic Hits (as were 99.1 Henniker/104.9 Wolfeboro back when they
were branded Frank).
-Epping NH (an area where EEI on 93.7 is like having a NEW sports station,
850 kind of rough around here, and JUST out of reach of 95.9 Saco)
From: Jeff Lehmann
Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 12:45 PM
To: Bob Nelson
Cc: Boston Radio Interest
Subject: Re: WEEI-FM 93.7
The Frank stations up north, including 106.3 are classic hits, with DJs.
Frank on the cape is variety hits, like Mike was, with no DJs.
On Sep 13, 2011, at 12:40 PM, Bob Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Agreed on both...I'm not sure but there are "Frank" stations on the
> Cape and in Nashua NH...I don't know if they're more classic hits than
> variety hits and they may well have DJs, but some may find them of
> Scanning dial while on Cape and the Frank stations were playing C.W.
> McCall's Convoy, one of those
> "you never know what you'll hear next" type of songs.
>> The problem with WEEI dropping Fox was that J.T. The Brick's show was
>> about as local as you can
>> get for "syndicated." Probably half the callers were from WEEI.
> Seems like the obvious answer would be WBOS. They've been relatively
> stable for a couple years
>> now, but in the past 92.9 reinvented itself every 16 months or so, it
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