"Edge" piece on how the Greater Portland area's commercial radio stations dealt
"Edge" piece on how the Greater Portland area's commercial radio stations dealt with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. For the most part, regular programming ceased to exist, with most stations picking up the audio from ABC television news or continuous coverage from CBS radio. But within about 15 hours of the incident, they gradually began returning to their regular music format. With special focus on several specific radio stations, including WMWX, WZAN, WTHT, WMGX and others.
Radio stations, September 11 terrorist attacks 2001
Barry, Chris, ""Edge" piece on how the Greater Portland area's commercial radio stations dealt" (2001). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 4316.
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