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As the weekend sports anchor for NBC Network Radio Sports in the 1980s, professionalism and preparation were always emphasized to me by the network. How this new venture would be any different is unthinkable. The very essence of news and sports reporting has been shaped by NBC, yes, and CBS, ever since the 1930s. Those who would consider anything else, are not thinking soundly. Not even Babe Ruth hit a home run every at at-bat, nor did Wayne Gretzky score a goal in every game.
- Brian Madden
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Their affiliate in Boston, WUFC-AM 1510, formerly WWZN; is a total joke. Time-brokered several hours a day with "hosts" who could never get a job on a one-kilowatter in Millinocket, Maine; several non-sports time-brokered shows including one about angels; the only fare that could attract ANY listeners will be Red Sox PBP in Spanish. But NBC will probably trumpet WUFC as a 50K fulltimer in the number ten market (never mentioning it has no listeners).
- Laurence Glavin


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