Modern AC

KAGM Becomes The River

Previous Format: Rhythmic CHR “Wild 106.7” KAGM New Format: Modern AC “106.7 The River” Date & Time Of Change: October 3, 2016 at 12:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

KLCK-FM Becomes Rock 98.9 KVRQ

Previous Format: Modern AC “Click 98.9” KLCK-FM New Format: Classic Rock “Rock 98.9” KVRQ Date & Time Of Change: March 16, 2016 at 12:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

Sophie 103.7 Hits Energy

Previous Format: Modern AC “Sophie 103.7” KSCF New Format: CHR “Energy 103.7” KEGY Date & Time Of Change: March 29, 2012 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

The Mountain Becomes My 92.9

Previous Format: Modern AC “92.9 The Mountain” New Format: Hot AC “My 92.9” Date & Time Of Change: November 18. 2001 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

Curve 94.3 Becomes Fab 94.3

Previous Format: Modern AC (Christmas Music Stunt) New Format: Classic Hits Date & Time Of Change: December 26, 2010 at 3:00pm More Info: RadioInsight

100.3 The Beat St. Louis Becomes The Sound

Previous Format: Urban (Stunting from 10/31 to 12/25) New Format: Modern AC Date & Time Of Change: 12/26/2009 12:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

WMAX Becomes Radio X 96.1

Previous Format: Modern AC “96.1 Max-FM” New Format: Alternative “Radio X 96-1” Date & Time Of Change: February 4, 2008 More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

94.1 The Buzz WMBZ Memphis flips to Rhythmic AC Snap! 94.1

This one is very much an example of the cause-and-effect of corporate mergers. Consider the previous format change at 94.1 FM. Entercom had just closed on the purchase of WOGY-FM from Sinclair Broadcasting in January, 2000. The ink was barely dry on this purchase when it became obvious to most observers that the writing was on the wall for the country station known as “Froggy 94”. Rumors had abounded for months about a flip to something – top candidate was a format known as “The Buzz” – the slogan for the station 94.1 would become in January ’01. The difference was, in the Fall of ’00, “The Buzz” was the monikker for Entercom’s then hot 80s format, not Modern AC. When the Buzz format launched, there were high company hopes t...

“Z104” WWZZ Signs-Off

On 12:00pm on January 4, 2006 Bonneville Radio announced a shuffling of its Washington, D.C stations. News WTOP moved from its 1500/104.3/107.7 simulcast to 103.5. Classical WGMS moved from 103.5 to the 104.1/103.9 simulcast that had been the home of Adult CHR Z104. This was to pave way for the March debut of Washington Post Radio on the 1500/104.3/107.7 simulcast that had been home to WTOP. Z104 had been through a number of iterations in its 9+ year history. First was the pure CHR format in the mid to late 90’s. It’s evolution to a more adult sound lead to the station dropping the Z from its name for a few years in favor of “More Music 104” before returning to the Z104 name. Listen here as Z104 plays its final song, gives its last ID, and GM Joel Oxley announces wh...

WWZZ Becomes Z104 Again

Previous Format: Modern AC “More Music 104” New Format: Modern AC “Z104” Date & Time Of Change: April 8, 2004 More Info: Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by David Pierce

KQKQ Relaunches As Q98Five

Previous Format: CHR “Sweet 98” KQKQ New Format: Modern AC “Q98Five” Date & Time Of Change: March 12, 2004 at 3:00pm More Info: NebraskaRadio.com, Wikipedia Related Changes: KCTY Becomes Retro 106.9 Aircheck Contributed by NebraskaRadio.com

Froggy 94.1 becomes The Buzz

In the late 80s, what would eventually become Froggy 94 was actually on 94.3 FM, and was a simulcast of Oldies AM 680 WODZ. This gave way to a Beautiful Music format for a time in the early 90s, and a frequency change to 94.1. In 1992, the station flipped to Country as WOGY, and it was off to the races against well entrenched market leader WGKX “Kix 106”. For a time in the mid 90s, Froggy 94 did fairly well, even beating Kix in one or two books, but never getting past a 4 share overall. In January of 2000, the station, along with sister stations 104.5 WRVR and 680 WJCE were purchased by Entercom, and changes were in the air. By the fall of 2000, the promotions budget was reduced, and after the last major promotion, the Dixie Chicks concert at the Memphis Pyramid, it was announc...

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