Will WMEX go silent forever?
Sun Jul 2 16:34:52 EDT 2017
>>Now, I can't even get them in Lowell after the sun goes down. Barely 20
I don't think you EVER get them in Lowell after dark.
Might be able to get them in Nova Scotia after dark though.....
>>We have no idea whether there's a new negotiated lease or not.
I heard through the grapevine from someone who inquired about the "for sale"
He was told that they recently re-negotiated the current transmitter
lease.....and another site is available and an option.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Hall" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Boston Radio Mailing List"
Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2017 1:52 PM
Subject: RE: Will WMEX go silent forever?
> When WMEX was still in the Quincy swamp, and still at 5 kW at night, they
> were clearly audible along the NH and ME seacoasts. My parents were Jerry
> Williams fans, and would listen every night at our house in York ME. Now,
> I can't even get them in Lowell after the sun goes down. Barely 20 miles.
> -Speaking of the 'MEX signal. Before being hired by WBZ I spent some time
> doing news at 1510. When I did the night gig I got frequent calls from
> I can't figure out why they listened, but like most Canadians they were
> very polite.
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