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Browne and Patterson Out at WOR



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(12/25/2012 3:09:44 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
David Patterson was a vile racist under the guise of being affable...He ran down to Florida to rabble-rouse in the George Zimmerman self defense case as well as pardoning a negro murderer who killed an 18 year old White teen on Long Island on his way out of his stint as unqualified accidental racist governor...
Dr. Joy was semi psychotic...My step father (a limo driver) was cursed out by this vile insane psycho while picking her up at the airport once..I hope we don't hear from this again

- Duane
(12/24/2012 6:32:33 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
"Brazil: Tests Tech Before Implementation"

"After extensive testing of both HD Radio and DRM, the Secretary of the Ministry of Communications Electronic Communications, Genildo Lins, said the tests of the two technologies have had poor results, especially high-power FM. The testing demonstrated the digital signal coverage is approximately 70% of the current analog signal. The future of radio is digital, but that future is not yet.

http://www.engineeringradio.us/blog/2012/12/brazil-the-place-where-they-test-tech-before-it-is-implemented/

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(12/21/2012 4:07:47 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Paterson had a good show and it was getting better, though I was not a regular listener. The death knell at WOR begins...What is disturbing about WOR and WABC, both NYC powerhouses, is that their weekends and late nights are increasingly leased time/infomercials. WABC cut 1 hour off Mark Simone, the #1 weekend show too. They expect listeners to stick around for a steady diet of vitamin, real estate and financial touts?
- Deetelecare
(12/21/2012 11:31:34 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
This marks the death knell for one of the last great live & local heritage talk stations in America. My business relationship with WOR goes back to 1986, when I first placed advertising on the station. I also worked there in the late 1990's. Dr. Joy Browne and David Patterson will be missed. They both are the essence of great radio.
- Barry Cohen


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