As the hardreading staff noted recently, the local dailies’ foray into Internet radio was bound to create some drama and conflict, even though Boston Herald Radio does talk (mostly to themselves) and RadioBDC does music. I wrote last month: “Be interesting to see if some news/talk shows start turning up on the indie rockstream.”
Lo and behold, from today’s Boston Globe . . .
Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.
I’ve sampled some of bostonherald.com’s “radio” offerings, and a 1,000-watt station in Millinocket, ME would be embarrassed by the amateurishness of the online-only shows. The M-I-C-H-A-E-L G-R-A-H-A-M simulcast is not better. Despite being broadcast by AM stations with more than 70,000 watts, Graham constantly gives out the call-in number and gets very few calls,except for a free lunch (this from a right-winger who believes there IS NO FREE LUNCH.