Long time supporter of Fisher House, Michael Graham is back, listen weekdays.
Michael Graham on the New England Talk Network
NOW ON AM1110 Salem/Nashua, NH!
AM830 WCRN Worcester/Boston AM1120 WBNW Concord/Metrowest
AM1390 WPLM Plymouth/Cape Cod AM970 WESO Southbridge
And on your smartphone/iPad www.michaelgraham.com/radio
What Is The “New England Talk Network?”
The New England Talk Network is the combined consumer reach of six AM radio stations, plus smartphone/on-line listening—boosted into overdrive by the power of the Michael Graham brand through new media.
AM 830 WCRN Worcester
AM 1120 WBNW Concord/Boston
AM 1390 WPLM Plymouth/Cape Cod
AM 970 WESO Southbridge
AM 1110 WCCM Salem, NH/Merrimac Valley
AM 1460 WXBR Brockton/Quincy
These signals reach more than a million households in New England. In addition, the Michael Graham show offers listeners instant access via their smart phones, iPads, etc.
Now add Michael’s reach through new media:
12,200 Twitter followers
9,700 FB fans
Approximately 100,000 unique visitors to www.MichaelGraham.com per month.
Add Michael’s bi-weekly Boston Herald columns and frequent TV appearances on local and national TV, and the “Natural Truth” has a market impact far beyond the reach of any individual radio station.
No one else in New England can reach talk radio listeners as effectively as the New England Talk Network!
June 5, 2013
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