1240 West Yarmouth sold to Langer
Mon Aug 5 22:08:27 EDT 2013
I have a soft spot for the old WOCB 1240.
My parents had a cottage in West Yarmouth and one day I wandered down to
the station and it was there I caught the broadcasting bug.
(BTW WOCB is where Fred Cusick started)
Langer on WSRO does Portuguese programming geared to people from Brazil.
The Cape audience comes from New Bedford and is Portugal based.
Dinis's station actually had a decent audience in East Cambridge.
People forget that it isn't that far from New Bedford to the Bourne Bridge.
On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 3:01 PM, Bob Nelson <email@example.com> wrote:
> As it is WJFD 97.3 New Bedford has a huge signal and has been programming
> for years, and Langer says the Portuguese population on the Cape is
> increasing...and I think there's a huge presence on the "South Coast" (WJFD
> used to be owned by Edmond Dinis, who died a few yrs back; I think Dinis
> also had a CP for a 1270 in Dartmouth that never got built AFAIK and I
> wondered if he would have made that Portuguese or some kind of
> On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 1:57 PM, Sean Smyth <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > He says it will program in Portuguese. Is there a huge Portugese
> > population on the Cape? I didn't think there was. <br/><br/>Sent from
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