New Orleans

WMTI Becomes Underground Alternative

Previous Format: Sports “106.1 The Ticket” WMTI New Format: Alternative “106.1 The Underground” WZRH Date & Time Of Change: August 27, 2015 at 3:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/821.mp3

92.3 WRKN Flips To Nash

Previous Format: Rock “Rock 92.3” WRKN New Format: Country “Nash-FM 92.3” Date & Time Of Change: January 6, 2013 at 9:23am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/717.mp3

Power 102.9 Debuts

Previous Format: Urban AC “Old School 102.9” KMEZ New Format: Urban “Power 102.9” KKND Date & Time Of Change: July 3, 2008 at 10:29am More Info: Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Chris Stelly http://formatchange.com/audio/329.mp3

“Mix 104.1” KUMX flips from CHR to Classic Hits KFXN “The Fox”

With a rimshotting signal coming from southwest of town, KUMX had a slight competitive disadvantage compared to most of the other stations in New Orleans. Going head to head with WEZB “B97” for the CHR audience in the market, “Mix 104.1” was never fully able to establish its niche. B97 had a more Rhythmic lean and its sister Modern AC “105.3 The Zone” had begun cutting into Mix’s numbers from the other side. Signing off at 9:00am on June 29. 2001, the final song on Mix 104.1 was aptly “When Its Over” by Sugar Ray. Following a daylong stunt, “104.1 The Fox” debuted with an all Beatles weekend. http://formatchange.com/audio/63.mp3

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