Berkshire Broadcasting Country “107.3 The Bull” W297AN/WDAQ-HD3 Danbury CT has added a second signal. 97.9 W250CH Brookfield has launched to cover the northern portions of the Danbury market including the towns of Bridgewater, Brookfield, and New Milford. The Bull launched in July 2016 under Program Director Dan Hopkins. Berkshire Broadcasting had purchased then 97.7 W249DO Danbury from Connecticut Public Broadcasting in December 2016 for $45,000.
After moving their Classic Hits format to 94.5 last week, Berkshire Broadcasting has launched Country “107.3 The Bull” W297AN/WDAQ-HD3 Danbury CT. Dan Hopkins, afternoon host at Hot AC “98Q” WDAQ and PD of Alternative “103.7 Rock” W279CI adds programming duties for The Bull, which will run commercial-free for the rest of the Summer. After a weekend of playing only Christmas songs during its “Christmas in July” stunting, Berkshire Broadcasting (Danbury, Connecticut) has “gone country” at noon today on 107.3FM (W297AN), the frequency vacated by the company’s classic hits station and relocated to 94.5FM (W233CF) last Thursday. The new station, “1073 THE BULL,” is programming the biggest recent country hits and positioning as “Connecticut’s NEW Country.” WDA...[Read More]
Berkshire Broadcasting has completed the move of the FM signal for Classic Hits “B107.3” 850 WAXB Ridgefield CT from 107.3 W297AN Danbury to 94.5 W233CF. The new 94.5 translator’s signal covers a wider portion of Northern Fairfield County CT. Repositioning as “More Music. More Fun”, “B94.5” continues to focus its playlist on hits of the 1970s and 80s. The 107.3 translator will now be paired with 98.3 WDAQ-HD3 and has begun stunting with Christmas music in preparation of launching a new format on Tuesday, July 5 at 12:00pm. We have previously reported in our Premium Daily Domains that Berkshire had registered TheBull1073.com and Blazin1073.com for it. Berkshire Broadcasting (Danbury, Connecticut) has relocated its classic hits format from 107.3 FM (...[Read More]
The holiday season didn’t lead to a shutdown of activity at the FCC as many applications and sales continued to proceed through the Christmas break. Starting in New York City with a pair of AM’s seeking adjusted facilities. New York Public Radio’s 820 WNYC has proposed a new night operation where it will drop power from 1kW to 930 watts with a new directional array with no changes to its 10kW daytime signal. Radio Vision Cristiana’s 1330 WWRV is attempting to relocate to the tower of 1480 WZRC while remaining at 10kW daytime, but doubling from 5 to 10kW at night. Univision’s 1270 KFLC Fort Worth, TX has applied to change city of license to Benbrook. Benbrook is the current COL of sister 107.1 KESS. Is this a first step in a relocation of KESS? As part of a fre...[Read More]