Clemons wants to go on legally
Sun Apr 20 03:31:37 EDT 2014
Boston is unique as a Top 10 market where there is neither an urban or
hispanic/latino station in the top tier of licensed stations.
The flip side of this is Radio One who knows how to package urban radio but
found WILD to be a tough sell. They sold WILD-FM to Entercom for an
inflated price ( and WILD-FM's demise spawned Touch FM)
WILD-AM could not sustain itself with local ads so they leased it out to
I would suggest that WRBB (104.9) is best suited to cover that part of
Boston not unlike what MIT's WTBS/WMBR did years ago,
On Sun, Apr 20, 2014 at 12:52 AM, A Joseph Ross <email@example.com>wrote:
> On 4/19/2014 5:42 PM, Kevin Vahey wrote:
>> Clemons has no money.
>> Why he or somebody else involved with the station did not apply last
>> October is a mystery.
> I thought an individual can't apply for an LPFM. You have to have some
> sort of non-commercial organization behind you. It sounds like Clemons
> isn't the sort of person to want to have someone else own or participate in
> running his operation.
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