Fri Jan 19 09:49:32 EST 2018
WMEX/WITS built a four-tower array in 1981 in Waltham. Maybe that's what
you're thinking about?
As far as I recall with Ed's career, it was WATD(FM) in 1976 in
Marshfield, then he bought 1410 in Brockton (ex-WOKW) and ran it as
WATD(AM) for a few years in the 1990s, which is also when he had
WATB(FM) out on the Cape. Then he scaled back to just WATD-FM again.
There aren't many DAs on the South Shore - used to be two towers each at
1410 and 1460 in Brockton, and the four-tower 1390 that's been in
On 1/19/2018 8:23 AM, Dale H. Cook wrote:
> At 01:03 AM 1/19/2018, Garrett Wollman wrote:
>> ... there are precious few places in the market where 1510 could actually *go* ...
> Didn't Ed build a four tower DA about 1978? I first met Ed early in 1980, and IIRC he already had that station on the air, an early AM effort of Educational FM Associates? I remember seeing some documents about it at his office when I first met him. I disremember the calls or COL but I thought it was on the South Shore.
> Dale H. Cook, Radio Contract Engineer, Roanoke/Lynchburg, VA
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