Entercom announces what it plans to keep

Sean Smyth ssmyth@alumni.psu.edu
Thu Oct 12 02:43:40 EDT 2017

I'm curious about the WBZ calls -- especially if Cox buys, as Scott and
Lance floated on their podcast. (Wasn't Cox considering unloading 25 about
10 minutes ago? I don't see a 25/1030 marriage going smoothly.)

On Thu, Oct 12, 2017 at 2:35 AM Doug Drown <ashboy1951@gmail.com> wrote:

> "You can be sure if it's Westinghouse."   Uhh . . . Not any more.
> Rob is right.  Westinghouse put WBZ on the air in 1921, bought CBS in 1995,
> and *became *CBS two years later, the tail having wagged the dog.
> I haven't been attentive as to what will be happening with KDKA and KYW,
> which are in similar circumstances.
> Robert Wright, the former CEO of NBC, once made the remark that getting the
> network out of radio was the worst mistake he made during his time at the
> helm.  A legacy disappeared.  The same thing happened with ABC's historic
> O&Os.  Sadly, I expect it will here, too.
> In addition, what will become of WBZ's close working relationship with
> Channel 4?
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