Rudolph’s Radio Brings Christmas To West Palm Beach

Rudolph's Radio 92.5 101.7 960 WSVU West Palm BeachVCMG Live has launched All-Christmas “Rudolph’s Radio” on 960 WSVU North Palm Beach/92.5 W233CJ West Palm Beach/101.7 W269DS North Palm Beach FL.

The stations will debut a new permanent format on December 26. WSVU had been serving as the originating signal for “True Oldies 95.9/106.9” W240CI North Palm Beach/W295BJ Jupiter, which will now be fed by Hubbard’s 103.1 WIRK-HD3.

92.5 W233CJ covers West Palm Beach and areas south of the city, while new-to-air 101.7 W269DS covers areas north of the city.

VCMG LIVE, a South Florida broadcasting company names Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Program Director of a 24/7 Holiday format called “Rudolph’s Radio 92.5FM/101.7FM”

Rudolph said… “Semi-retirement is finally here, as my red-nose has faded I am looking forward to spending more time by the beach. We will be playing the greatest Holiday Music 24/7 with limited commercial interruptions. For the past 80 years I’ve had to endure the cold, snow and ice and it’s time to enjoy all the Palm Beach has to offer, like year-round warm weather, golf courses and of course… no state income tax!”

Santa Claus said “It’s about time Rudolph left the North Pole and headed to South Florida, he will fit in with his new love of shuffle board, and to be perfectly honest, the past few years my sled has been only going about 30 mph with the blinker left on for miles.”

VCMG LIVE is unveiling this new frequency for the next 8 weeks right up until Christmas Day and throughout it’s run will be teasing a brand-new format to hit the market as of December 26, 2019!

The Palm Beaches & Treasure coasts True Oldies Channel will move its primary signal to WIRK-HD3 while continuing to broadcast on translators 95.9fm/106.9fm. WSVU-AM will now become the primary signal for ‘Rudolph’s Radio’ while rebroadcasting on 92.5fm/101.7fm.

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