WKLB Axes "Sunday Morning Country Oldies"
Tue Jun 17 21:20:55 EDT 2014
I just found this:
The video seems to imply only WKOX was affected.
Another post I found (on this board, in 1997) indicatesthat had lost their STL in previous tower problems.So maybe that's why the FM went off in '85 too.
So I stand corrected about the location of the transmitter.But at least I wasn't imagining the tower failure!
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> Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2014 20:57:41 -0400
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> No. I was working there in the 80's. WVBF transmitted from the candelabra, not FM128. They moved to the Pru in 1995.
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> On Jun 17, 2014, at 8:46 PM, "Jeff Lehmann" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Anyways, I believe it was GM that moved it to Boston. I don't recall an
> >> intermediatemove to FM128, so I believe there was country music
> >> emanating from the Framinghamtowers when it all began.
> > Don't forget that 105.7 was once owned by one of the predecessors to Clear
> > Channel (Evergreen?) between Fairbanks and GM. I'll almost guarantee that it
> > was transmitting from FM128 or the Pru during most of the 80s, as WVBF was
> > definitely a full market signal.
> > Hopefully someone like Scott can clear this up for certain.
> > Jeff Lehmann
> > Hanson, MA
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