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WWFF Huntsville Ends Its Journey To Icon Status

Journey 93.3 Nash Icon WWFF HuntsvilleAfter airing a few hours of Christmas Music, the journey has come to an end for Cumulus AC “Journey 93.3” WWFF New Market/Huntsville, AL as it becomes the 21st “Nash Icon” branded Country station.

The move returns the frequency to the Country format is previously held from 2008 until 2011 as “The Wolf“. The move will place the station up against iHeartMedia’s market-leading Country 102.1 WDRM.

Cumulus announces that WWFF-FM launched today as 93.3 NASH Icon. The station previously operated under the brand Journey 93-3. NASH Icon is a new Country music and lifestyle brand featuring Country music’s most iconic artists, driven by Country music fans’ desire for more exposure to their all-time favorite artists from the last 25 years, and Country music from today’s biggest artists. NASH Icon stations provide advertisers the opportunity to engage with the passionate Country fan base across a multi-media platform that spans radio, television, digital, magazine and live events.

Matt Tobin, Market Manager for Cumulus Huntsville said: “93.3 NASH Icon brings Country music fans the artists that made Country great, along with today’s Country stars. Country music fans can now reconnect with the iconic artists and music they fell in love with during the 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s—and the Country stars they love today. We are extremely excited to bring 93.3 NASH Icon to the passionate Country fans of the Tennessee Valley!”

Bob Raleigh, Corporate Program Director for Cumulus said: “I’m thrilled we are bringing our NASH Icon brand to WWFF. The link between Huntsville lovers of Country music and Nashville has just become stronger. The passion for NASH Icon is like no other I’ve ever seen and now that passion comes to Huntsville.”

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Lance Venta is the Owner and Publisher of RadioInsight.com and a consultant for RadioBB Networks specializing in integration of radio and the internet. Lance has two decades of experience tracking the audio industry and its use of digital platforms.

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