93.5 Cape Cod

Koffee Expands On Cape Cod

CodComm Soft AC “Koffee 98.7” WKFY East Harwich, MA has added an additional signal to expand its coverage on Cape Cod. WKFY’s programming is now also heard on 100.5 W263CU Hyannis, following the translator’s move from Harwich Port and upgrade to 250 watts at 144 meters (Coverage Map). The translator is still owned by Nantucket Public Radio, but rebroadcasting CodComm’s 102.9 WPXC-HD3. The addition of W263CU gives WKFY additional coverage in the Mid-Cape communities of Barnstable and Hyannis. Another CodComm property, Variety Hits “93.5 Frank-FM” WFRQ Harwich Port will also soon be enriched with additional coverage. Nantucket Public Radio’s 93.9 W230AW Centerville is now rebroadcasting WFRQ. It holds a Construction Permit to upgrade from 38 wa...[Read More]

CHR Returns To Cape Cod

Update 4/4: “Y101” debuted as expected at 11:00. Branded as “The Beat of Cape Cod“, the station’s launch package was a word for word remake of the 1996 launch of WKTU New York. Listen to the launch of “Y101” at FormatChange.com. As Steve McVie tells us, the launch was a tribute to Steve Rivers, the late WXKS & WZOU Boston PD who later helped launch WKTU as head of Evergreen Media programming. The first hour of “Y101” consisted of: LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem Macklemore – Thrift Shop Adele – Set Fire To The Rain (Remix) Fun. – Carry On Ellie Goulding – Lights Pink – Blow Me One Last Kiss Justin Timberlake – Suit & Tie Rhianna – Stay Bruno Mars – Just The Way You Are Maroon 5 &...[Read More]

Nassau Broadcasting Auction Results

Update 6/14: Two of the stations that Jeff Shapiro’s Vertical Captial Partners acquired the rights to will be spun off to a third party to keep Shapiro under FCC ownership limits. “101.5 The Fox” WEXP Brandon and “Oldies 104.3” WWOD Hartford, VT will be sold William and Gail Goddard’s Electromagnetic Company. Both WEXP and WWOD have simulcasts that will be staying with Vertical Capital so we will need to wait to see what happens with the programming at the pair. Update 5/23: Bill Binnie’s Carlisle Capital has won the bidding for $12.5 Million. The stations will be spilt upon Binnie’s WBIN Media and Jeff Shapiro’s Vertical Capital Partners as follows: WBIN Media will receive 17 stations: Maine – Talk/Oldies 870 WLVP Gorham and 1470...[Read More]