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We Will Rebuild; If You Can Find Us

Hurricane Irma decimated many broadcast facilities as it moved up Florida and into Georgia. The FCC stated on Tuesday that at least 51 stations or translators were off the air (a few others are not even listed here) due to flooding or other damage caused by the storm. While some of these stations have since returned, what has quickly struck out is that not a single one of these stations has acknowledged being off (or in one case where they moved temporarily) on their websites. Some of them have posted notices on Facebook directing listeners to stream the stations if possible. You can still listen to Cat Country 1071 now on the iHear Radio App!!! We are working hard to restore our on air single from the aftermath of Hurricane Irma LISTEN NOW http://ihe.art/qLDQ0td Posted by Cat Country 107....[Read More]

Miami Marlins Sign Extension With iHeartMedia

iHeartMedia Sports 940 WINZ Miami will continue to serve as the flagship station for MLB’s Miami Marlins under a new multi-year contract. WINZ will carry all regular season games and 15 spring training games. The station will also continue to feature a weekly offseason “Marlins Hot Stove Show” on Monday nights. WINZ will lead a network in Central and South Florida including iHeart Talk 1230 WBZT West Palm Beach, Genesis Communications “SportsTalk 1080” WHOO Orlando, and Beasley Media Sports “99.3 ESPN” WWCN Fort Myers. WINZ has served as the flagship station for the Marlins since the 2013 season. The Miami Marlins and iHeartMedia have announced a multi-year extension to their current partnership, keeping iHeartMedia as the exclusive radio rightshol...[Read More]

Miami Marlins Move To 940 WINZ

The Miami Marlins will move their game broadcasts in 2014 to Clear Channel’s “940 The Sports Animal” WINZ. The deal ends a five-year relationship with Lincoln Financial Media’s “790/104.3 The Ticket” WAXY/WAXY-FM. All Marlins game broadcasts and ancillary programming will shift to WINZ starting with a weekly offseason program. The Miami Herald adds that Dave Van Horne and Glenn Geffner, the team’s play-by-play announcers will remain in that role on WINZ. The press release announcing the move follows: The Miami Marlins announced today a partnership with Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Miami, making 940 WINZ-AM the official English radio broadcast home of the Marlins, beginning with the 2014 season. 940 WINZ-AM, Miami’s Sports Animal, wil...[Read More]