FW: WBUR's L-O-N-G Station ID

Paul B. Walker, Jr. walkerbroadcasting@gmail.com
Tue Feb 26 10:39:04 EST 2013

When I worked in Central Florida as a Producer/Station "Manager", I did my
legal ID like this.. "And that's your Brevard County Traffic & Weather
Together.. your WTIR Cocoa Beach Temperature is currently 85 degrees, CNN
Headline News returns in 60 seconds"


On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 10:02 AM, Jim Hall <aerie.ma@comcast.net> wrote:

> When the 95.3 in York Center ME was WCQL-FM, and the 1380 in Portsmouth NH
> was WCQL, the FM ID was buried in the weather forecast at 10 before the
> hour
> ("...right now in Portsmouth it's 35 degrees and at WCQL-FM York Center
> it's
> 36") whereas at the top of the hour, the orchestra and chorus would
> elaborately announce o/"WCQL....Portsmouth"/o
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> Bob DeMattia
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> Subject: Re: WBUR's L-O-N-G Station ID
> For a while (maybe still) WKLB was using a jingle that said
> "Country 102.5, WKLB Boston".
> This would even happen at the top of the hour.  However, shortly
> before that same hour, you would hear a quickly spoken  "Country
> 102.5 is WKLB-FM Waltham Boston" amongst another jingle.

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