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Media in Boston

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of television and radio stations along with a list of media outlets in and around Boston, Massachusetts, including the Greater Boston area. As the television media market titled as "Boston-(Manchester)" it stretches as far north as Manchester, New Hampshire, and ranks as the ninth-largest media markets, and one of top-ten-largest radio media market in the United States according to Nielsen Media Research.

TV stations

The Boston television market includes all but the 4 westernmost counties and Bristol County in Massachusetts and the 6 southern counties in New Hampshire, plus Windham County, Vermont.

Channel Callsign Affiliation Branding Subchannels Owner
(Virtual) Channel Programming
2.1 WGBH-TV PBS WGBH 2 2.2
World
WGBH Educational Foundation
4.1 WBZ-TV CBS WBZ News 4.2
4.3
Start TV
Dabl
CBS Corporation
5.1 WCVB-TV ABC NewsCenter 5 5.2
MeTV
Hearst Television
7.1 WHDH Independent 7 News 7.2
This TV
Sunbeam Television
15.1 WBTS-CD NBC NBC 10 Boston 15.2
Cozi TV
NBC Universal
24.1 WFXZ-CD Biz TV WFXZ 24 WGBH Educational Foundation
25.1 WFXT FOX Boston 25 25.2
25.3
Escape
Laff
Cox Media Group
27.1 WUTF-TV UniMás UniMás Boston 27.2
27.3
27.4
27.5
LATV
TBD
Stadium
Court TV
Entravision Communications
38.1 WSBK-TV MyNetworkTV My TV 38 38.2
38.3
38.4
Heroes & Icons
Comet
Charge
CBS Corporation
44.1 WGBX-TV PBS WGBX 44 44.3
44.4
Create
PBS Kids
WGBH Educational Foundation
46.1 WWDP Shop LC WWDP Television 46.2
ShopHQ
WRNN-TV Associates
48.1 WYDN Daystar Daystar Educational Public Television Corporation
50.1 WWJE-DT Justice Justice Network Univision Communications
56.1 WLVI CW CW 56 56.2
Buzzr
Sunbeam Television
58.1 WDPX-TV Ion Plus Ion Plus ION Media Networks
60.1 WNEU Telemundo Telemundo Boston 60.2
TeleXitos
NBC Universal
62.1 WMFP SonLife SBN NRJ TV LLC
66.1 WUNI Univision Univision Boston 66.2
66.3
66.4
Bounce TV
GetTV
Grit
Univision Communications
68.1 WBPX-TV Ion Ion Television 68.2
68.3
68.5
68.6
Qubo
ION Shop
QVC
HSN
ION Media Networks

Local cable channels

Local cable channels
Comcast is the main cable television provider, it also competes against RCN in select parts of the city.

Radio

The Boston radio market is the tenth largest in the country, encompassing over 4 million people in Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth and Suffolk counties.

AM radio

Frequency (kHz) Call Sign Format
590 WEZE Religious programming
640 WTBU Boston University Info. Online & campus only.
680 WRKO Talk
740 WJIB Adult standards and pop oldies
800 WNNW Spanish Tropical
850 WEEI Sports
950 WROL Paid programming
1030 WBZ News/Talk
1060 WQOM Religious programming
1090 WILD Ethnic (Chinese)
1120 WBNW Finance
1150 WWDJ Spanish Christian
1200 WXKS Talk
1260 WBIX Ethnic (Brazilian/Portuguese)
1300 WJDA Religious programming
1330 WRCA Business news
1360 WLYN Paid programming
1410 WZBR Urban contemporary
1430 WKOX Spanish hits
1470 WAZN Paid programming
1510 WMEX Paid programming and sports
1550 WNTN Community-based
1570 WUBG Classic hits
1600 WUNR Paid programming
1650 N/A Logan Int'l Airport Info. Vicinity of airport only.

FM radio

Frequency (MHz) Call Sign Format (Promotional Slogan)
88.1 WMBR Freeform/eclectic (MIT) (Walker Memorial Basement Radio)
88.9 WERS Eclectic (Emerson College)
89.7 WGBH Boston's Local NPR (Public/News/Talk)
90.3 WZBC Freeform radio/Democracy Now! (Boston College)
90.9 WBUR-FM NPR (Public/News/Talk) (Boston University)
91.5 WMFO College radio/Freeform (Tufts University)
91.9 WUMB-FM Public/Folk (UMass Boston)
92.5 WXRV Adult album alternative
92.9 WBOS Classic rock
93.7 WEEI-FM Sports
94.5 WJMN Mainstream Urban (Jam'n 94-5)
95.3 WHRB Classical and variety (Harvard University)
96.9 WBQT Rhythmic Hot AC/classic hip hop/rhythmic contemporary hybrid (Hot 96.9)
97.7 WKAF Rhythmic Classic Hits (97.7 The Beat)
98.5 WBZ-FM Sports talk (98.5 The Sports Hub)
99.5 WCRB Classical (Classical Radio Boston)
100.7 WZLX Classic rock (Boston's Classic Rock)
101.3 WJIB simulcast Adult standards and pop oldies
101.7 WBWL Country (101.7 The Bull)
102.5 WKLB-FM Country (Country 102.5)
103.3 WODS Top 40/CHR (103.3 AMP Radio)
104.1 WWBX Hot adult contemporary (Mix 104.1)
104.9 WRBB (Northeastern University)
105.7 WROR-FM Classic Hits
106.1 WRCA simulcast Business news (Bloomberg Radio 106.1)
106.7 WMJX Adult Contemporary (Magic 106.7)
107.3 WAAF Active rock
107.9 WXKS-FM Top 40/CHR (Kiss 108)

Print

Newspapers

[1]

Daily

Weekly

Bi-weekly and monthly

Neighborhood papers

  • Allston-Brighton TAB[7]
  • Boston Guardian (effective successor of defunct Boston Courant)
  • Boston Sun[8] (formerly Back Bay Sun)
  • Beacon Hill Times
  • Charlestown Patriot-Bridge
  • Dorchester News
  • Dorchester Reporter
  • East Boston Sun Transcript
  • Fenway News
  • Hyde Park Tribune
  • Jamaica Plain Gazette[9]
  • Mattapan Reporter
  • Mission Hill Gazette
  • South End News
  • West Roxbury Transcript

Inner suburbs:

Outer suburbs:

College newspapers

Others

  • Barstool Sports[12]
  • Big Red & Shiny, online contemporary arts magazine with coverage and arts criticism for Greater Boston and New England[13]
  • Boston Art Review, a print and online magazine committed to facilitating active discourse around contemporary art in Boston[14]
  • Boston Common Magazine
  • The Boston Independent Media Center, provides alternative views[15]
  • Boston Live Magazine, live music and entertainment
  • Boston Magazine, a monthly lifestyles magazine[16]
  • Boston Review, a national political and arts magazine
  • Boston Spirit Magazine, full color, glossy luxury gay and lesbian life and style magazine, for Greater Boston and New England[17]
  • CommonWealth, online magazine and quarterly print publication about politics and policy in Massachusetts
  • Nieman Lab, online publication covering media and journalism based at Harvard's Nieman Foundation
  • Open Media Boston, progressive online metro news weekly serving the Boston area
  • STAT, an online publication covering health and life sciences, owned by The Boston Globe[18]

See also

References

  1. ^ "US Newspaper Directory: Massachusetts: Boston". Chronicling America. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.
  2. ^ Boston Globe online
  3. ^ Boston Herald online
  4. ^ MLSHomeFinder
  5. ^ Boston For Rent
  6. ^ The Rainbow Times
  7. ^ Allston-Brighton TAB
  8. ^ Boston Sun online
  9. ^ The Jamaica Plain Gazette
  10. ^ Cambridge Chronicle & TAB online
  11. ^ Cambridge Day online
  12. ^ Barstool Sports
  13. ^ Big Red & Shiny
  14. ^ Boston Art Review
  15. ^ Boston Independent Media Center
  16. ^ Boston magazine online
  17. ^ Boston Spirit Magazine online
  18. ^ "With a giant staff for an online startup, The Boston Globe's Stat aims to reach a global audience". Nieman Lab. Retrieved 2017-04-07.

External links

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