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slides: Who Will Replace Jim Polito in Worcester?

Thursday, December 06, 2012

 

Jim Polito is headed to Boston. The former investigative reporter in Springfield reinvented his career as a conservative morning talk show host in Worcester. Despite being New England's second largest city it is void of local network television and the spectrum of locally hosted radio is far narrower than Hartford, CT or Providence, RI.

The morning gig on WTAG is now wide open and a slew of local and out of market talent are rumored for the position.

Take a look at some of the potential candidates.

 

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