> I find no reference to Hartmann working in radio in the
> Burlington market or in either of two other radio markets in
But as you note, he does have some history in the state, even if he was not born there. I didn't think, unlike others, that he was a Burlington market resident.
> In any case, being a former or even a current resident in a
> town is not enough to get your syndicated show carried
> locally. If you don't believe me, ask Big Ed.
Good point. I was just pointing out that WVAA may have carried him because of his relative affinity for their state, and if I recall correctly, a number of his early syndicated affiliates...when he started doing his show from his home in that state...were in that region.
It may have been a reason for WVAA to pick him up over Franken live...it doesn't mean they'll have to carry him forever.
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