Domain Insight

Daily Domains 7/17: Decoys Abound In Tulsa

What is really going on at Scripps Tulsa?

Daily Domains 7/11: What’s Driving Change In Tulsa & Buffalo?

A potential rebranding in Tulsa and a Powerful moniker in Buffalo lead this edition of Daily Domains.

Daily Domains 6/15: What’s Flying Into Fort Myers?

Its been a very quiet few weeks on the domain front, but the floodgates are finally starting to open again. This week we have a new launch "flying" into Fort Myers, something going on next month on Long Island, and Townsquare Media preparing a change on one of its 96.7's.

Daily Domains 5/19: A Throwback And An Answer In Miami?

Two new formats coming to Miami, while lots of Legends coming elsewhere.

Daily Domains 5/12: Another Change For 107.3 Jacksonville

Last month iHeartMedia dropped the "Jack" moniker from Variety Hits 107.3 WWJK Green Cove Springs/Jacksonville FL for the generic "107.3 Jacksonville". Was this just a placeholder prior to a bigger change?

Daily Domains 5/4: More FM Sports For Denver?

Is Denver about to gain a second full-powered FM Sports station? Plus AM changes in St. Louis and a tease for Fitz' next stop.

Daily Domains 4/13: Will San Antonio Cool Down?

iHeartMedia may be planning a move in San Antonio and who is going to take over operations of 96.7 KNOB in Santa Rosa CA?

Daily Domains 4/7: Jack Hitting The Road In Jacksonville?

On the heels of dropping "Jack-FM" in Sacramento, iHeartMedia appears ready to do the same in Jacksonville.

Daily Domains 3/16: Slow Registration Month Continues

It has been a very quiet month on the format change front and because of that on the domain registration end, but we look at potential launches coming to Corpus Christi, Grand Island, Laughlin and more.

Daily Domains 3/2: Boss Coming Home To The Jersey Shore

A change is imminent at Press Communications Hot AC "Fun 107.1" WWZY Long Branch and Soft Oldies "99.7 The Island" WBHX Tuckerton NJ. The stations are promoting a "Huge Announcement" for Friday, March 3 at 5:00pm Also coming changes in Cape May NJ and Spokane WA.

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