More than 2,500 WBZ Listeners Speak Out to Save Local Radio

BOSTON, MA – In less than a week, more than 2,500 individuals have sent emails to WBZ management and advertisers through an online petition at SaveWBZ1030.com.  Last Friday, listeners launched the campaign to bring back live overnight programming and trusted voices after iHeartMedia parted ways with well-known personalities Bradley Jay, Deb Lawler, Tom Cuddy, and Tom Keller.   Read more about More than 2,500 WBZ Listeners Speak Out to Save Local Radio[…]

Contact Advertisers & Management

When you sign our petition on the main page at SaveWBZ1030.com, your signature automatically triggers an e-mail to iHeartMedia and WBZ management, as well as selected advertisers. We need your help sending messages to even more advertisers–including by posting on their public social media presences. Help us by sending messages to these WBZ Advertisers: Window Read more about Contact Advertisers & Management[…]

Saturday Boston Globe story on SaveWBZ1030 Campaign

The Boston Globe features a story today on the #SaveWBZ1030 petition campaign: Following iHeartMedia’s dismissal of several well-known WBZ-AM radio broadcasters earlier in the week, an online petition to the station’s owners calling for the “reinstatement of local programming and voices” has circulated, garnering more than 800 signatures by late Friday night. “IHeartMedia is trying to save Read more about Saturday Boston Globe story on SaveWBZ1030 Campaign[…]

New Englanders Re-Launch Save WBZ Campaign

BOSTON, MA – On Friday, WBZ listeners relaunched a grassroots effort to restore local programming and trusted voices at WBZ 1030 in Boston.  Earlier this week, iHeartMedia cut ties with several prominent local WBZ voices including 35-year veteran Deb Lawler and overnight host Bradley Jay. The move comes as the media giant attempts to save Read more about New Englanders Re-Launch Save WBZ Campaign[…]