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    most of its time talking about the show or other people on the station.

    It's probably fairly even amongst their male target demo --98.5,93.7-- and a slight edge to EEI if you must count the "Westerly stick." Where EEI has made it's determination is, to talk about conflicts, which draw women.

    If you put sports in the background and talking about psychiatrists, violence, Schilling, et al. women would rather listen to that than RS,Bru,Celt,. Patriots are another category.

    As for "Mut" I'm surprised he survived some stuff that somebody in TV likely would not.

  2. #12
    Speaking of WEEI this from Tom Taylor:
    " World Series radio-booth power outage – at a crucial moment of Game 2
    The signal disappeared with “the Boston Red Sox mounting a fifth-inning, bases-loaded rally,” says Yahoo Sports - just as designated hitter J.D. Martinez made the well-placed hit that put the Red Sox ahead of the L.A. Dodgers. It appears the electricity went out on three radio feeds from Boston’s Fenway Park – ESPN Radio, Entercom’s Red Sox flagship WEEI-FM/93.7, and the Spanish-language broadcast of the Dodgers. Mark Townsend at Yahoo Sports says “Credit to the crews involved for doing their best to never lose stride – especially ESPN Radio play-by-play man Dan Shulman.” Fan Matt Present tweeted this – “ESPN Radio losing power in the booth and @DShulman_ESPN calling a go-ahead hit through a cellphone was one of the coolest things I’ve ever heard!”

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