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To: raccoonradio
I was just thinking WRKO is a shambles. They're stuck with a monumentally bad decision in AM drive, and they can't put Carr on the air and they can't let him compete against the felon.

How did the local area feel about losing the station's local news people?

Instead of joining WTKK and WRKO in the downward spiraling chaos, why isn't WBZ taking advantage of the opportunity to fulfill the market need?

Unless they are Beacon Hill Bum Kissing, doesnt' it seem like the perfect time to go all out as a local station, with news and broadcasters in the studio, mixing the hot local, with national, etc?

There's got to be some talented Emerson graduates that know their way around a mic, a studio, and the issues.

Oh, and don't have to throw in "bro" at the end of every sentence.

17 posted on 09/20/2007 1:17:39 PM PDT by Calvin Locke
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To: Calvin Locke

WBZ is committed to news, days, and they have half decent talk at night. WITH local news headlines etc

btw I notice “The Talk Radio Evolution” WTKK is now
at least having weather forecasts at night via the
Weather Channel. No local newscasts past 7 pm still
but it’s a start.
Can Howie wiggle out of ‘RKO and go to ‘TKK? Depends
on legal stuff.


19 posted on 09/20/2007 11:25:29 PM PDT by raccoonradio
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