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Is iHeartMedia planning a full-out attack on Entercom's market leading "Eagle 96.9" KSEG Sacramento?
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A new Rhythmic CHR coming to San Diego and Salem is shaking up its Omaha offerings.
Update 3/23: Meruelo has been granted an STA for 93.5 KDEY-FM Ontario that partially gives away their plans. KDEY-FM filed an STA to operate at reduced power starting tomorrow, March 24 through April 6 and to then go off-the-air from April 7 through 20 to test different interference conditions between it and KDAY. Those tests will help Mereulo determine the amount of interference that would be created by breaking the simulcast between KDAY and KDEY-FM. That points to Mereulo utilizing the Wild935.com assets on KDEY-FM, while retaining the current Classic Hip-Hop on KDAY. Original Report 3/17: Meruelo Media is prepping a change at Classic Hip-Hop 93.5 KDAY Redondo Beach/Los Angeles and/or simulcaster 93.5 KDEY-FM Ontario/Riverside. Merulo has registered Wild935.com and reserved social media...Read More
Seattle could score a new FM Sports talker as a new team enters the game to take on the two incumbent AM players.
SummitMedia is prepping a three station change in Birmingham.
Newcap flipped 93.5 CFXJ-FM to Rhythmic AC “93.5 The Move” at 8am this morning. Branded as “All The Best Throwbacks”, the station is focusing on pop and rhythmic hits of the 1990s and early 2000s. Core artists include Destiny’s Child, No Doubt, Backstreet Boys, Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Eminem, and Michael Jackson. The station will also play some currents as the station promises “to support new music and showcase incredible new talent.” Three members of the CFXJ airstaff remain in place. Morning host Mastermind will host 6am-12pm, afternoon host JJ from 12pm-6am, and night host Peter Kash from 6pm-12am. Morning co-host Melanie Martin and middayer Miss Ange have exited. Newcap Radio is proud to announce the launch of its newest radio station ...Read More