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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?
WLGZ (Legends 102.7) Has a better signal in Rochester proper anyway.
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.
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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