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    Shouldn't WXLO-FM worry about their signal in Worcester, instead of Boston? I know it's licensed to Fitchburg, but serves the Worcester radio market. My two clearest signals in the city itself are WSRS-FM 96.1 and WWFX-FM 100.1 Southbridge. The country station on 98.9 was always a challenge when traveling through the area on I-84 or I-90/Massachusetts Turnpike. To this day, I still wonder why WAAF-FM 107.3 moved in their attempt to serve Boston. That one was so stupid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KML-224 View Post
    Shouldn't WXLO-FM worry about their signal in Worcester, instead of Boston? I know it's licensed to Fitchburg, but serves the Worcester radio market. My two clearest signals in the city itself are WSRS-FM 96.1 and WWFX-FM 100.1 Southbridge. The country station on 98.9 was always a challenge when traveling through the area on I-84 or I-90/Massachusetts Turnpike. To this day, I still wonder why WAAF-FM 107.3 moved in their attempt to serve Boston. That one was so stupid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KML-224 View Post
    Shouldn't WXLO-FM worry about their signal in Worcester, instead of Boston?
    They cume 55,000 in the Worcester market, and over 400,000 in the Boston market. As Tomgsinger said, $$$
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    I hear them mentioning as far as Newton in their headers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retro View Post
    I hear them mentioning as far as Newton in their headers.
    What's a "header"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    They cume 55,000 in the Worcester market, and over 400,000 in the Boston market. As Tomgsinger said, $$$
    Are there any other stations in the area that cume higher in Boston than in their home market?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    What's a "header"?
    Promo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wbzfm2010 View Post
    Promo?
    I was thinking liner, sweeper or drop. I'd just never heard the term "header".
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    I was thinking liner, sweeper or drop. I'd just never heard the term "header".
    Sorry, I just didn't know what they are called. It was a station I.D., but not at the top of the hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    I was thinking liner, sweeper or drop. I'd just never heard the term "header".
    That's what I was thinking wrong word sorry.
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