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WikiProject United States / Massachusetts / Cape Cod and the Islands (Rated Stub-class, Low-importance)
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Article unreferenced and also possible Conflict of InterestEdit

I've added the "unreferenced" template, because no sources are cited for any of the information given here. Newspaper and magazine articles about the station would be a good place to start, and the station's website would also be valid as a source on the station, provided the information used is non-controversial, non-POV/promotional, such as staffing, budget, mission statement, etc. On that last note, there is a possible Conflict of Interest issue here, in that apparently someone connected with the station has been editing the article as a non-registered user. The use of the pronoun "we" indicates that this may be the case. I should note that the material added was neutral, but generally it is not a good practice (or even acceptable) for someone associated with an organization to edit that organization's article. Allreet (talk) 16:33, 28 February 2012 (UTC)