Kevin Vahey kvahey@gmail.com
Wed Jul 16 15:42:33 EDT 2014

I use Tunein and WODS HD2 lives there


On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 1:27 PM, M.Casey <map@mapinternet.com> wrote:

> Unlike WODS Classic Hits, WDRC-FM did not move to –2.
> The WDRC-FM-1 that existed prior to July 6 is Gone.
> The version on –2 is a 50’s & 60’s version that has been there for a few
> years now and, it appears from recent sampling, that the new owners have
> not changed it.
> The WODS-HD2 Classic Hits stream is available on line, but only through
> the MIX 104.1 site. If you go to the CBS Boston/WBZ/Amp radio, etc, site,
> you won’t see WODS-HD2 listed there.
> The costly and limited internet feeds are unreliable and even the most
> connected internet users have limited internet access. Until the internet
> provides a free, reliable feed to car radios on the move, portable radios
> and all the radios around the house there is a big reason to use radio
> waves. A 20 year old Super radio and a 40 year old Pioneer receiver will
> sit there and play for years without shutting down.
> Radio is a practical low cost listening device, is reliable, has easy
> connectivity to get a loud, high quality sound and is usable most anywhere.
> The internet shares little of the aforementioned advantages. At the current
> rate of internet mobility, reliability and advancement, we will be
> listening to our Broadcast radios for many years.
> Mark Casey
> From: Jim Motyl
> Subject: Re: WDRC-FM
> Everyone got excited about the WODS flip; just to discover it was moved to
> 103.3 HD-2. The old DRC-FM is still on 102.9 HD-2. One of the live oldies
> station is still WLNG on line and with a very sharp web camera.
> Since everyone has access to the internet, there is very little reason to
> rely on 'regular' 20th century radio waves.
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