850 runs loop in advance of split (to ESPN on AM)
Fri Oct 5 15:38:08 EDT 2012
And on occasion the lack of stereo is rather telling. Both WEEI and WBZ-FM both ran some ads for BMW which compared the 325i to models from Lexus and Audi. They used the left channel for the competing models' announcers, with the right channel for the BMW response to their features. Both channels were hard-panned left and right. Made the point quite clearly.
On WEEI, all the single-channel announcers simply sounded 50% softer than the primary announcer (who did the intro and exit).
On 5 Oct 2012, at 15:06, Bob Nelson wrote:
> Yes, 98.5 WBZ-FM is in stereo. Not just for Patriots games but for sports talk, as I just checked when I turned on my stereo here...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Mike Ward
> Sent: 10/04/12 11:38 PM
> To: Bob Nelson
> Subject: Re: 850 runs loop in advance of split (to ESPN on AM)
> On Oct 4, 2012 11:51 AM, "Bob Nelson" < firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
>> I mentioned WNIR 100.1 in Akron OH does this (a talk station, and I believe one
>> of their hosts is Bob Golic, brother of Mike Golic from "Mike and Mike" on ESPN Radio)
> As the closest BRI poster to the WNIR transmitter...
> You are correct.
> Oddly enough, the CBS Radio "brother" station here to the Sports Hub, 92.3 The Fan, is in stereo. Is the Sports Hub in stereo?
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