"It's the programming, stupid."
Sat May 19 08:12:13 EDT 2012
On May 19, 2012 12:11:51 AM A Joseph Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I must say, my car radio has five slots for AM station settings, and I
only have two set for local stations, WJIB and WBZ. The other three
are for stations in western Massachusetts, although I've been visiting
there less frequently than I used to. There just aren't any other
local AM stations that I want to listen to regularly.
I'm just the opposite. I purchased a new car in Aug.2010 and to this
date the FM presets are exactly as they were from the factory. I NEVER
listen to Boston FM. The car has satellite radio which I listen to all
the time. The factory radio has bluetooth so I often have my iPhone
set to Tunein. I do listen to AM for some talk programs on WRKO(Jen
Brien, a little Savage and occasionally Howie Carr) and WBZ(Dan Rea).
I love the Spanish music on 1430. Via bluetooth I listen to WASR from
9-noon for Laura Ingraham (I wish WRKO would bring back her full three
hours in the morning slot) and for oldies I like the Hy Lit station ,
RichBro Radio, and WARE. For standards, it's WIZZ. BTW, I recently
bought a somewhat higher-end home stereo system and the salesman asked
what I wanted for a "tuner." I said none - I wouldn't be listening
Boston FM ever(I bought a server instead so I can listen to internet
radio on the home system).
David Wilson email@example.com
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