What does Rochester do for Oldies now?

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  • #121186

    Kapon
    Member

    Looks like 107.3 in Rochester is now a Country station once again, but the focus this time is strictly new country. Where does Rochester get their oldies from now?
    How will this effect WBEE’s ratings?

    #121190

    WLGZ (Legends 102.7) Has a better signal in Rochester proper anyway.
    http://wlgz.tunegenie.com/

    #121199

    Scott Fybush
    Keymaster

    Yup. WLGZ can actually be heard in the city, and it has a slate of live and local air talent, not the jukebox that WODX was. No great loss there.

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    Cee Esta
    Member

    WLGZ is also a not owned by a corporate chain. No stockholders to please. Station is very devoted to being live and local.

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