WBOQ to Christian, new owner
Fri Jul 1 12:50:30 EDT 2022
What makes 107.3 a sometimes-interesting option when I'm in the car in
metrowest is that they broadcast three different music mixes. I don't hear
all that much difference between the 'flavors' of music to be honest, but
it adds three different songs to choose from at any given moment instead of
just one. I wonder if 104.9 will add any subcarrier channels (probably the
wrong term--sorry!) If they have any now I haven't been close enough to
On Fri, Jul 1, 2022 at 12:43 PM Mario Gonzalez Jr. via
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> The stream is still playing North Shore 104.9 as of now. I see on the
> K-LOVE site that they are now listing this station. I should be able to
> get this station in Lynn MA, but my little portable radios have too much
> interference. Perhaps the station is keeping their stream going as they
> have an app.
> I have many friends who will enjoy listening to K-LOVE on their radios,
> especially their car radios. The 107.3 version was hard to get in this
> area, so 104.9 will be easier here in the north shore.
> Perhaps the station is keeping their stream going as they have an app.
> On 7/1/2022 10:50 AM, Bob Nelson wrote:
> > The North Shore 104.9 website still up but it's now K-Love Christian pop
> > under limited marketing agreement
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