NBC Sports Radio launches Sep 4 including WWZN

Bob Nelson raccoonradio@gmail.com
Fri Aug 31 03:24:25 EDT 2012

I mentioned the changes on the Rev. Boston Facebook page and the
group/page editor, possibly Jeff himself, said "Pretty much the case.
Revolution Radio Network is no longer going to be programming AM 1510
Boston 24/7 M-F. NBC Sports is coming." Whether he can broker a slot
for himself, don't know (they won't do it 24/7 but can he still broker
his show?); WWZN's Anthony Pepe is hinting a return of the old Die
Hards show....which could poss get pm drive, who knows.

Of course they're still under contract to run Sox in Spanish. Mark at
BRW will have more details of 1510 programming soon. I do know WSMN is
airing Jeff and the station IDs say he's on 870 and 1470 in Portland.
Maybe in Chicago too.

On 8/30/12, Laurence Glavin <lglavin@mail.com> wrote:
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: Bob Nelson
>>Sent: 08/30/12 04:48 PM
>>To: Boston Radio Group
>>Subject: NBC Sports Radio launches Sep 4 including WWZN
>  >NBC Sports Radio coming Sept 4 including Boston on WWZN 1510. There >will
> be shows from 7 pm to 5 am for now, >and I wonder if WWZN will have some
> local programming in the sports >vein (Brokered?). I imagine they may still
> run brokered Jeff Santos >(3-7 pm) afternoons for now. Sports updates will
> run, around the >clock. If Jeff Santos's show goes away, WSMN-AM 1590 in
> Nashua will have two big holes to fill. They're airing the live portion in
> afternoon drive, then repeating it in morning drive (thus the Friday
> afternoon show will ne nearly three days old on Mondays). Speaking of WSMN,
> they've been sitting on a CP to build new towers a short distance away from
> their longtime site on W. Hollis Street. I wonder if any work has been done
> yet.

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