Frequency Swap

WQXR Becomes X96.3 WXNY

Previous Format: Classical WQXR New Format: Spanish CHR “X96.3” WXNY Date & Time Of Change: October 8, 2009 at 8:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: WQXR Moves From 96.3 To 105.9 http://formatchange.com/audio/394.mp3

105.9 WCAA Becomes WQXR

Previous Format: Spanish CHR “La Kalle 105.9” WCAA New Format: Classical WQXR Date & Time Of Change: October 8, 2009 at 8:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: 105.9 WCAA Moves To 96.3 http://formatchange.com/audio/472.mp3

Lite 107 Becomes The Bone

Previous Format: AC “Lite 107” New Format: Classic Rock “107.1 The Bone” Date & Time Of Change: May 3, 2007 More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/530.mp3

KZGL Becomes Power 98.3

Previous Format: Alternative “98.3 The Z” New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Power 98.3” Date & Time Of Change: September 18, 2006 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: Power 92 KKFR Becomes KTAR-FM http://formatchange.com/audio/260.mp3

Frequency Swap 97.5 WPST Moves To 94.5

In the Fall of 2004, Nassau Broadcasting applied for a city of license change for their flagship station 97.5 WPST from Trenton to Burlington, NJ (less than 20 miles to the south). In doing so they would make 97.5 able to move into the more lucrative Philadelphia market. While that move will not take place until the Fall of 2005 at the earliest, Nassau took the next step in January by announcing it would swap the programming of its two Trenton FM’s. 97.5 WPST’s CHR format would move on Valentine’s Day to the 94.5 home of Classic Rocker “The Hawk”. In doing so, the CHR format of WPST stays in the suburban Trenton market, in the event that 97.5 should be sold following its move to Philadelphia. http://formatchange.com/audio/112.mp3

Frequency Swap 94.5 The Hawk Moves To 97.5

In the Fall of 2004, Nassau Broadcasting applied for a city of license change for their flagship station 97.5 WPST from Trenton to Burlington, NJ (less than 20 miles to the south). In doing so they would make 97.5 able to move into the more lucrative Philadelphia market. While that move will not take place until the Fall of 2005 at the earliest, Nassau took the next step in January by announcing it would swap the programming of its two Trenton FM’s. 97.5 WPST’s CHR format would move on Valentine’s Day to the 94.5 home of Classic Rocker “The Hawk”. In doing so, the CHR format of WPST stays in the suburban Trenton market, in the event that 97.5 should be sold following its move to Philadelphia. http://formatchange.com/audio/111.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

94.5 The Edge Becomes Magic 94.5

Previous Format: Alternative “94.5 The Edge” KDGE (Format moved to 102.1) New Format: Rhythmic Oldies “Magic 94.5” KTXQ (Format moved from 102.1) Date & Time Of Change: November 9, 2000 More Info: Wikipedia, KNUS99 http://formatchange.com/audio/402.mp3

92.3 The Beat Becomes Mega 92.3

Previous Format: Urban “92.3 The Beat” KKBT New Format: Rhythmic Oldies “Mega 92.3” KCMG Date & Time Of Change: June 30, 2000 at 6:00pm More Info: Wikipedia In the fall of 1999, the two largest radio station operators in the country, Clear Channel Communications and AMFM Inc., shocked the world by announcing they would merge. However, in order to get under the government-mandated market ownership limits, some stations were required to be spun-off. One of the full powered FMs in Los Angeles had to go. KKBT was the station chosen; it was sold off to Radio One. However, Clear Channel wanted to keep the best possible signals and gave Radio One the less desirable 100.3. Leading up to the frequency swap, rumors swirled about whether either station’s format woul...

Mega 100.3 Becomes 100.3 The Beat

Previous Format: Rhythmic Oldies “Mega 100.3” KCMG New Format: Urban “100.3 The Beat” KKBT Date & Time Of Change: June 30, 2000 at 6:00pm More Info: Wikipedia In the fall of 1999, the two largest radio station operators in the country, Clear Channel Communications and AMFM Inc., shocked the world by announcing they would merge. However, in order to get under the government-mandated market ownership limits, some stations were required to be spun-off. One of the full powered FMs in Los Angeles had to go. KKBT was the station chosen; it was sold off to Radio One. However, Clear Channel wanted to keep the best possible signals and gave Radio One the less desirable 100.3. Leading up to the frequency swap, rumors swirled about whether either station’s format wo...

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