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Where listening is a tradition. The Irish Hit Parade and Feast of Irish Music WROL 950 AM Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive Office 617-691-2526 ● Cell 617-943-8212 Fax 617-328-0375 E-mail CaroleS@salemradioboston.com. WROL Irish 950A. Where listening is a tradition.

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where listening is a tradition

Where listening is a tradition

The Irish Hit Parade and Feast of Irish Music

WROL

950 AM

Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive

Office 617-691-2526 ● Cell 617-943-8212 Fax 617-328-0375

E-mail CaroleS@salemradioboston.com

WROL Irish 950A

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Where listening is a tradition

The Irish Music Station

Over 44 years

“Same Live Format”

“Same Frequency”:

950 AM

Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive

Office 617-691-2526 ● Cell 617-943-8212

Fax 617-328-0375

E-mail CaroleS@salemradioboston.com

The Irish Hit Parade on AM 950, WROL

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Where listening is a tradition

A Boston/Irish Institution

  • Going strong since 1967
  • Devoted/Loyal audience which converts to a solid customer base
  • Clearly identifiable demographics (24 +)
  • One of the tightest networks in Boston

Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive

Office 617-691-2526 ● Cell 617-943-8212

Fax 617-328-0375

E-mail CaroleS@salemradioboston.com

The Irish Hit Parade on AM 950, WROL

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Where listening is a tradition

Consistent Audience

  • Average Time Spent Listening is 2-4 hours per Saturday/Sunday
  • Has been tuning in for several years
  • Three generations of listeners
  • Irish American’s and Irish Nationals both tune in to the only live Irish music program of it’s kind in the Northeast

Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive

Office 617-691-2526 ● Cell 617-943-8212

Fax 617-328-0375

E-mail CaroleS@salemradioboston.com

The Irish Hit Parade on AM 950, WROL

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Where listening is a tradition

Closely-connected audience

  • Shares common interests and values
  • Does business with our advertisers

Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive

Office 617-691-2526 ● Cell 617-943-8212

Fax 617-328-0375

E-mail CaroleS@salemradioboston.com

The Irish Hit Parade on AM 950, WROL

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Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive

Office 617-691-2526

Cell 617-943-8212

Fax 617-328-0375

CaroleS@salemradioboston.com

affordable rates
Affordable Rates
  • IRISH Programming - WROL IRISH 950AM
  • The Irish Hit Parade Saturdays 10A-7P $65.00 per :60 spot
  • $35 per :30 spot
  • : A Feast of Irish Music Sundays 1P-5P $50.00 per :60 spot
  • $35 per :30 spot
  • Grid 4: Live/Pre-recorded Liners: 10-:20 seconds, by an Irish on-air personality $25.00
  • Grid 5: Banner/Link presence on WROL website (per week)$25.00
  • Grid 3: Irish Remotes hosted by Irish personalities 2 hour intervals $1,000

Carole Howley Simmons, Account Executive

Office 617-691-2526 ● Cell 617-943-8212

Fax 617-328-0375

E-mail CaroleS@salemradioboston.com

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Over 40 years and Boston’s beloved weekend live Irish radio program is still going strong with a larger, more loyal audience than ever before. Irish 950AM, where listening is a tradition!

Irish Hit Parade’s Paul Sullivan, Saturday, 10AM - 1PM.Since 1982, Paul has been presenting Irish music on WROL 950AM. A West Roxbury native, Paul graduated from Boston Latin School and Stonehill College.  He has worked in multiple radio formats and produced commercials, which have aired throughout the region.  He describes broadcasting as his vocation. During the week, he is a teacher.

Irish Hit Parade’s Matt O'Donnell, Saturday, 1PM - 4PM.Since 1987, Matt has featured a mix of classics and contemporary Irish music on the Irish Hit Parade.  A graduate of Northeast Broadcasting, Matt has had an extensive career as a producer.  His favorite band is the Dublin City Ramblers.  Matt describes his time on the Irish Hit Parade as a "great honor and privilege."

Irish Hit Parade’s Bill Bailey, Saturday, 4PM - 7PM.Bill Bailey joined WROL 950AM in 2008. His program, the Bailey Ceili is the popular evening part of the Irish Hit Parade.  A South Boston native, he is a graduate of Boston College. He and his wife, Maureen Bailey, own The Bailey, an Irish Pub and Restaurant.

Feast of Irish Music’s Seamus Mulligan, Sunday, 1PM - 5PM.On air since 1988, Feast of Irish Music presents what Ireland and the Irish have accomplished with admiration, intelligence and pride.

The show, hosted by Seamus Mulligan, features Irish music, interviews, history and culture. For the sports enthusiast, "The Man in the Middle" gives a live sports report, direct from Ireland, at 2PM.