Boston Fox-affiliate WFXT announced this week that it had named Fauci vice president and general sales manager.
For the past few months, WLNE has been splitting its 7 p.m. time slot between local news and paid programming, including a Genie Bra spot that aired last week. Preparing a visit to WLNE, in which the company would “crawl all over the place,” Citadel Communications CEO Phil Lombardo told B&C that the attention WLNE has received over its 7 p.m. paid programming is “unfortunate.”
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