Unwelcome competition for NPR News audience on shores of Maryland

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“I think there is enough competition in the media world. Between iPods and downloads, there is enough competition without worrying about another station,” says Gerry Weston, g.m. of Public Radio Delmarva stations WSCL and WSDL serving Maryland’s coastal communities. The Daily Times of Salisbury, Md., reports on plans for Baltimore’s WYPR to begin beaming its NPR News service into Ocean City and examines how competition from the distant station will affect local pubradio outlets.