I don't think we've ever posted about a meeting of Nashville Public Radio's board of directors
before. (No offense, NPR.) But in this case, I think Cream readers might be interested. The meeting tomorrow morning, which is open to the public, comes on the heels of the station's $3.35 million deal to replace WRVU's programming on 91.1 FM with WFCL
, an NPR all-classical format station.
As you'll recall, WRVU Friends and Family, the folks behind savewrvu.com who've been fighting the sale from the outset, told me last week that they're not giving up just yet — even hinting at legal action — and in an email today urged their supporters to show up to express opposition to the sale within earshot of WPLN's board.
As I mentioned in my segment of this week's cover story, there are still some hoops to be jumped through before WPLN's purchase of the WRVU broadcast license is a completely done deal.
The WPLN board of directors meets at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at the WPLN offices, 630 Mainstream Drive.