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’GBH takeover of ’CRB alters more than letters

Classical station has new business model: support of donors

WGBH’s classical programming, such as that hosted by Cathy Fuller in Brighton, will eventually be heard on WCRB. WGBH’s classical programming, such as that hosted by Cathy Fuller in Brighton, will eventually be heard on WCRB. (Joanne Rathe/ Globe Staff)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / November 18, 2009

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Boston is following a trend in radio that’s taking place in other cities across the nation: Its only 24-hour classical music station now depends on listeners - not advertisers - to keep it afloat. (Full article: 725 words)

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