Does anyone remember Rock 104?

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    fedacct
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    Commercials aired in Cincinnati in the early 80s. Out in Union, I apparently could not get it.   I did hear it one time when I was in a Chess King store at the Florence Mall. I’m not so sure how they received it given it was a short distance closer to town  particularly in a reinforced building.

    There was a blank spot on the dial where 103.5 normally was. So, I think that where the station was on the dial.   Strange since we received the disco station that was on the frequency before it and WBLZ afterwards.

    #177953

    microbob
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    Rock 104 did not last more than 6 months. 103.5 was still WOKV and then around 1981 they began as WBLZ simulcasting WCIN for a brief period before flipping to urban dropping the simulcast with 1480.

    #179371

    borderblaster
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    I have slept since 1980, but hadn’t WOKV 103.5 gone disco or semi-disco by early 1980 if not before? Seems I also remember hearing Rock 104 (the same facility) right after the John Lennon assasination.

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