Who brought you to WBZ?
Sat Jan 7 23:53:47 EST 2012
Paul I am happy for your situation.
In Boston now there is no local ownership with TV ( WGBH is exempt from
this discussion )
Radio you can make a case that Greater Media is locally owned and the
people I know who work for them are happy.
CBS and Entercom are simply clusters that out of town owners look at.
It is brutal out there.
On Sat, Jan 7, 2012 at 11:33 PM, Paul B. Walker, Jr. <
> I beg to differ.
> Yeah, radio is a job and you need to make money.. but I look forward to
> going to work and have fun everyday. I'd happen to think my listeners agree
> with me, in fact... they do.. they''ve told me several times they like
> listening to me because i seem to be having fun.
> The sales and programming departments here work pretty well together & we
> get along.
> We have our ups and downs like any station does, but the owner knows how
> to treat people and he takes good care of us. 50KW ERP from a tower
> basically right in/near the Allegheny National Forest near Kane, PA that
> puts a 52dbu into Olean, NY is nice. But, we focus on our immediately local
> area first.. and do well.
> We have fun giving stuff away..... cash, trips to Nashville, a trip to the
> Alot of things go into making a station a good place to work, a fun place
> to be...... and we try and make our station a good place to be on and off
> the air.. for staff, advertisers and listeners alike.
> On Sat, Jan 7, 2012 at 10:20 PM, Kevin Vahey <email@example.com> wrote:
>> The days when going to work was fun is long gone.
>> In the 70's and 80's there may have been no better place to work than WSBK
>> but it was destroyed by a series of bad owners.
>> WCVB really took care of their employees and when BBI cashed out to
>> Metromedia they took care of the loyal staff with huge thank you checks.
>> I think WMJX may be the exception as they have had little turnover in 30
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