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(2/27/2012 8:52:02 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Having met Barry at a digital conference several years ago, I'm not at all surprised by this story. He has great vision and passion that makes exploring new opportunities a natural step. I can trace my current success to 5 years with Village in the 80's...my digital strategy is 100% founded on what Jim Heavner and Village taught me about good radio then...it still works perfectly. Good to see the tradition of excellence continuing!
- Craig Hahn
(2/27/2012 7:42:50 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Any revenue from "digital" HD Radio? LOL!
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(2/27/2012 8:40:12 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
WCHL has always been a central part of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro-University of North Carolina metroplex. I am proud to have been a part of its heritage created by Roland "Sandy" McClamroch. (On-air jock in 1960-61 withbTy Boyd, Jim Heavener and Kenn Murphey) That WCHL has moved seamlessly into the digital age should be no surprise. While most people write off legacy AM stations, WCHL refuses to go away. More power to you!
- Tom Gauger
(2/27/2012 7:56:29 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Glad to see some exposure for this brilliant radio-to-online venture in Chapel Hill. Been watching it grow for a year now. One of the only cases of "hyperlocal" content I've seen work from a monetization basis. Real innovation -- from AM radio, no less!
- Gordon Borrell


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