Month: December 2003

Mad Radio 96.3 Debuts

Previous Format: “Smooth Jazz 96.3” WCJZ New Format: Modern Rock “Mad Radio 96.3” WMAD Date & Time Of Change: December 31, 2003 at 6:00pm More Info: Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/183.mp3

Blink 102.7 Relaunches As Mix 102.7

Previous Format: AC “Blink 102.7” New Format: Rhythmic AC “Mix 102.7” Date & Time Of Change: December 26, 2003 at 10:27am More Info: Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/386.mp3

97.1 KISN Becomes KZHT

Previous Format: Hot AC “97.1 Kiss-FM” KISN New Format: CHR “97.1 ZHT” KZHT Date & Time Of Change: December 21, 2003 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: 94.9 KZHT Moves To 97.1 Aircheck Contributed by UTRadioGuide.com http://formatchange.com/audio/499.mp3

94.9 KZHT Moves To 97.1

Previous Format: CHR “94.9 ZHT” New Format: Stunting (Station eventually became Rock “94.9 The Blaze” KHTB) Date & Time Of Change: December 21, 2003 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: 97.1 KISN Becomes KZHT Aircheck Contributed by UTRadioGuide.com http://formatchange.com/audio/498.mp3

103.1 KDL Los Angeles Becomes Indie 103

Previous Format: Dance CHR “103.1 KDL” New Format: Alternative “Indie 103” Date & Time Of Change: December 21, 2003 More Info: Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/151.mp3

93.7 Kick-FM Debuts

Previous Format: AAA “93.7 The Coast” WKOC New Format: Country “93.7 Kick-FM” WKCK Date & Time Of Change: December 5, 2003 at 12:05pm More Info: Wikipedia A week after Barnstable Broadcasting blew up longtime Country powerhouse WCMS in favor of Rock “Max 100.5“, Sinclair Communications attempted to fill the position by replacing AAA “93-7 The Coast” WKOC with Country as “93.7 Kick-FM“. For the first two days of its life, Kick-FM looped Alan Jackson’s “Gone Country” to promote the new station leading up to its actual debut at 12:06 on December 5, 2003. Related Changes: “93.7 The Coast” WKOC Begins Stunting Aircheck Contributed by VARTV.com http://formatchange.com/audio/123.mp3

93.7 The Coast WKOC Begins Stunting

Previous Format: AAA “93.7 The Coast” WKOC New Format: Country “93.7 Kick-FM” WKCK Date & Time Of Change: December 3, 2003 More Info: Wikipedia A week after Barnstable Broadcasting blew up longtime Country powerhouse WCMS in favor of Rock “Max 100.5“, Sinclair Communications attempted to fill the position by replacing AAA “93-7 The Coast” WKOC with Country as “93.7 Kick-FM“. For the first two days of its life, Kick-FM looped Alan Jackson’s “Gone Country” to promote the new station leading up to its actual debut at 12:06 on December 5, 2003. Related Changes: 93.7 Kick-FM Debuts Aircheck Contributed by VARTV.com http://formatchange.com/audio/114.mp3

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