Previous Format: Alternative Rock WFNX New Format: Variety Hits “101.7 The Harbor” WHBA Date & Time Of Change: July 20, 2012 at 7:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: 101.7 The Harbor Debuts Note: This aircheck features the final segment of hosted programming at WFNX. The station would run automated until The Harbor debuted four days later.
Previous Format: Modern Rock “Q101” New Format: To Be Determined Date & Time Of Change: July 15, 2011 at 1:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia This aircheck features the final goodbye of the station staff during the special edition of “Local 101” hosted by Chris Payne from 11pm to 1am. For more audio from the final day of Q101 visit AircheckDownloads.com. Aircheck contributed by Jeremy Andrews
Previous Format: College Alternative New Format: Classical Date & Time Of Change: June 7, 2011 at 3:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: Classical 91.1 WFCL Debuts Note: This aircheck features the end of the final song “Waiting For The Siren’s Call” by New Order as the station goes dark immediately afterwards. Aircheck contributed by Lou Pickney
August 10, 2006 will go down as one of the most historical days in Philadelphia radio history. At Noon, Clear Channel blew up the formats of two of their five FM stations simultaneously. While Smooth Jazz was disappearing from 106.1 WJJZ, 104.5 WSNI was saying goodbye to its Gold based AC format. In both of their places appeared Rhythmic AC “Philly’s 106.1”. It wasn’t a simlucast persay, as FCC regulations forbid two stations with identical coverage from duplicating so much programming, however the same songs played in the same order with different sweepers and commercials leading to the music not lining up completely. The purpose of the so-called “shadowcast” was to get Sunny 104.5’s audience to move over to the new 106.1 format before the debut o...