CONFIRMED - Feds shut down Touch FM 106.1
Thu Apr 17 18:12:39 EDT 2014
This is Boston and Clemons worked very hard against Marty Walsh. Touch FM
should have stayed out of that minefield.
I had heard that Menino had asked Greater Media not to lodge a complaint.
The FCC in Quincy has said they don't react until a broadcaster complains
and obviously somebody finally did.
On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 5:30 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I always wondered if Mayor Menino was protecting Touch 106. It never made
> sense that the FCC left them alone when other pirates were removed from the
> air. Anyway, I agree that Boston's black community needs a station of its
> own, and yes, many people did listen to Touch. But why not do it the legal
> way? I know buying a station is expensive, but surely there are donors who
> would support such a worthy venture, and/or maybe there is a currently
> silent AM in a suburban location that could get a signal into Boston.
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