Boston radio stations, in the wake of Monday's bombings, have largely resumed their regular programming but continue to offer an outlet for listeners to share their concerns and reactions to the incident. Greater Media has put its contests on hold for the week and will be giving the prize money to The One Fund Boston to help victims of the attacks. The city's radio community also plans an on-air moment of silence at 2:50 p.m. this coming Monday. "As first informers in times of crisis, broadcasters want to take this opportunity to salute the first responders and the many unsung heroes who do so much during emergency situations," NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith said.

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