Monday, July 7, 2008

Morse moves over to WCCM

New England radio guy Chuck Morse has moved to a new time slot at a new radio station.
According to a press release on his Web site, "The Chuck Morse Show" will air from noon to 2 p.m. at WCCM 1110 AM out of Methuen, Mass. While the station is based on the state line, the 5,000 watt signal can be heard from Hooksett to Nashua to Lowell, around the Merrimack Valley, over to Salem, and then back up, almost like a catcher's mitt without the thumb [I lose the signal in the car just north of Manch].
The last we heard from Chuck, he was over at WSMN 1590 out of Nashua hosting "Talk Back." Before that, he was at Fitchburg's WEIM and also did a stint at WARL in Attleboro. Morse has also had programs at other stations in the Boston area, including WROL and WBPS. Morse got his start in radio back in the mid-1990s at WMFO where I got my start in 1993. "Talkers Magazine" listed Morse as one of the "Hot 100 upcoming talk show hosts in America" in 2003 or 2004, I can't remember.
WCCM is owned by The Costa Eagle Radio Group, a company partially owned by the Lawrence Eagle Tribune.
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