Tue Apr 11 01:07:31 EDT 2017
>>As for "local service," it sounds like there's no more or less than
>> there was when 1110 was doing talk in recent years.
They had 2 hours of local talk weekdays.
Some local specialty shows on weekends.
And since they were owned in part by the Eagle-Tribune...they had hourly
local updates from the ET newsroom.
> how many of the local advertisers we had on WCAP or WLLH or WCCM or WHAV
> are still around now to spend dollars on local radio?
Do they think they are going to make lots of ad sales with a 154 watt FM?
>>It's not 1975 or even 1995 anymore.
So, I guess that means we can't even do a local weather report?
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