In Adrian Walker’s column in the Globe today, titled “Tuning out a community“, he talks about the recent sale of Boston radio station WILD-FM (see “Further Radio Consolidation Impacts Boston Communities“).
“The sale was another reminder that a so-called minority-majority city seldom feels like one when money and power come into play.
. . . What’s done is done. But there is a large community in this city clamoring for ownership and a larger voice it can call its own.”
He also writes that some Boston residents have begun organizing in response.
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