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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidZ View Post
    So those of us in Worcester who enjoy WKAF can hear it!
    Then why don’t you just stream K-Love or Air 1 online or on your smartphone? You don’t need to wait for EMF to acquire the station.

  2. #52
    I was referring to the WKAF format moving to 107.3 not K-Love.

    And I can get 95.5 from Providence quite well in Worcester if I did want to listen to K-Love.

  3. #53
    I donʼt know if it is just coincidence—and they are just upgrading software, or something—but WBZ(AM)ʼs IBOC has been off since Friday (I believe they are still using the main xmtr)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidZ View Post
    I was referring to the WKAF format moving to 107.3 not K-Love.

    And I can get 95.5 from Providence quite well in Worcester if I did want to listen to K-Love.
    Another possibility is that Entercom could acquire the 103.7 translator and move the Urban AC format to the translator if they spin 97.7.

  5. #55
    I'll take a little guess. Can't hurt. Entercom sells 100.7 and 98.5 to Clear Channel. Clear Channel keeps 94.5, 101.7, and 107.9. Clear Channel sells 1200 (106.1) and 1430. 1200 and 106.1 become K-Love. 1430 goes foreign language. Entercom sells 1030 to Hubbard. Stays all news. Keeps partnership with WBZ-TV despite separate owners.

  6. #56
    106.1 is the FM translator of Beasley's WRCA 1330, not 1200.Both 1200 and 1330/106.1 are currently running Bloomberg but I hear 1200's contract with them ends in Feb
    Remember,WRCA and the 106.1 were simulcasting WBQT 96.9 HD2, Irish Channel until the July 4 flip of 1330 and 106.1 to Bloomberg
    Last edited by raccoonradio; Yesterday at 11:38 AM.

  7. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by dhoule View Post
    I'll take a little guess. Can't hurt. Entercom sells 100.7 and 98.5 to Clear Channel.
    Only problem is the $20billion debt.

  8. #58
    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigA View Post
    Only problem is the $20billion debt.
    Hopefully that debt keeps iHeart away from any of these properties, since they will only run them into the ground, especially WBZ-AM. No, thank you!

  9. #59
    As I've mentioned previously, Entercom’s announcement of how many stations and how much cash it plans to get would seem to rule out iHeart and Cumulus at least in Boston. Maybe those companies are more creative than I'm giving them credit, but it seems hard, if not impossible, to make those numbers work with either of them.

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