Benjamin Levy ben@mailforlevy.com
Sat Mar 3 19:57:07 EST 2012

Wasn't it simpler when the nighttime signal of WCBS could make it all the way to New England? 50kW clear channel licenses aren't what they used to be.


On Mar 3, 2012, at 5:18 PM, Mike Ward wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 10:17 PM, Kevin Vahey <kvahey@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Doing a little digging and radio exclusive territories are now defined by
>> home and adjacent counties. Worcester County does not touch Suffolk so it
>> OK.
>> Baltimore is allowed to broadcast in DC as part of the deal letting
>> Montreal move to Washington.
>> But of note here:
> * WTIG/990 Massillon OH (Stark County, very much Indians territory): "ESPN
> 990" has been a long-time affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. The Indians are
> on WHBC/1480 Canton and other area stations, including WQKT/104.5 Wooster.
> Both boom into Massillon.
> * The Yankees always seem to have at least one or two Florida affiliates.
> Their most recent list includes stations from Alaska to Iowa to North
> Carolina, not to mention existing affils in MA and NH.
> http://newyork.cbslocal.com/yankeesradionetwork/

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