Re: Mayor Wu on “Notorious In The Morning”, B87.7 FM
Sat Jan 15 13:33:12 EST 2022
Why isn't the Massachusetts Broadcasters' Association all over this? They
should be denouncing Wu to the skies on stations all over the
On Sat, 15 Jan 2022, Dennis D wrote:
> When I was a city councilor in Brockton my tacks force shut down 2 pirate FM stations that were interfering with Brockton Fire frequencies believe it or not one of the stations was across the street from the main fire house.
> I called the FCC in Quincy they did nothing all we had to do was to cut the transmission line and they went off the air.
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Jan 15, 2022, at 3:56 AM, Sean Smyth <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Last I knew, no.
>> The story was written by one of their “express desk” reporters. Those are
>> the folks tasked with (oversimplifying this a bit) writing about what’s
>> trending online and some breaking news.
>>> On Sat, Jan 15, 2022 at 2:07 AM A Joseph Ross <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Are you sure the Globe knows it's a pirate station? I think Mayor Wu is
>>> more likely to know than the Globe these days. Is there anyone at the
>>> Globe covering local radio?
>>>> On 1/14/2022 7:16 PM, George Allen wrote:
>>>> Wu made the comments during an appearance on the "Notorious In The
>>>> Morning" program on 87.7 FM.
>>>> Interesting that the mayor does interviews on pirate radio.
>>>> https://b87fm.com/ And the Globe considers a pirate interview
>>>> normal. But I must admit it could be an effective way to reach the
>>>> core urban audience.
>>>> Anyone know the backstory to B87? Have they ever been taken down?
>>>> This is pretty blatant PR for them - has the FCC given up?
>>> A. Joseph Ross, J.D. · 1340 Centre Street, Suite 103
>>> Newton, MA 02459
>>> 617.367.0468 · http://www.attorneyross.com
>> Sent from my iPhone
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