Wikipedia entry for WKOX

Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Wed May 23 21:25:42 EDT 2012

Well, how can Mr. Mindich own the WFNX call letters? once the station is
sold and Clear Channel changes calls, unless Mr. Mindich puts them
somewhere else, they become available for another station to use.

Dont they?

On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 8:42 PM, Donna Halper <> wrote:

> Scott wrote--
>  As of 10:00 this morning, nobody has registered
>> mia101.7com...or
>> Anyone who has 13 bucks to spare (which rules me out at
>> the moment, alas) could register any of those names and start the wheel of
>> speculation spinning. But for now, there's simply no red meat out there for
>> anyone to start chewing on, which I guess leaves us speculating on the lack
>> of speculation.
> Is it significant that Mr. Mindich still owns the call letters of WFNX?
>  Unless I misunderstood Peter Kadzis of the Phoenix, he may have sold the
> station but he has held on to the calls, and I hear there are efforts to
> bring the station back on some level, by turning it into an internet
> station.  (Sam Kopper of the old WBCN is doing that even as we speak, with
> an internet version of WBCN.  Not sure how many listeners it has.)  Have
> you heard anything about plans to rejuvenate WFNX as an internet station?

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