North Shore 104.9 celebrates signal upgrade!
As of January 10th North Shore 104.9 FM now has the ability to cover 1 million more people inside the Boston Radio Market. WBOQ announced the upgrade of their signal as it’s main transmitter has moved from Gloucester to Topsfield. This new move means that your “Good Time Favorites” station has traded 11 miles of Atlantic Ocean coverage for 11 miles plus coverage of densely populated geography in the suburbs of Boston located in Essex and Middlesex counties and into Southern New Hampshire. The move has been years in the making with federal approval from the FCC and FAA and local zoning approvals.
Station President and owner Todd Tanger commented, “We are excited to turn our new signal on Thursday January 10th as we continue to serve the North Shore of Boston and beyond. WBOQ is one of the last privately held FM radio stations in the country. We have always taken pride in our opportunity to provide great music, information and free public service announcements to our neighbors and friends.”
Those advertisers interested in taking advantage of North Shore 104.9′s new upgraded signal can contact the station at 978-927-1049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.