107.9 WRNB Stunts As Michael Vick Radio

Previous Format: Urban AC “107.9 WRNB” New Format: Stunting “Michael Vick Radio” WPHI Date & Time Of Change: September 2, 2011 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: 100.3 The Beat Becomes WRNB

I100 WJLQ Becomes Journey 100

Previous Format: CHR “I100″ New Format: 80s/90s Hits “Journey 100″ Date & Time Of Change: September 2, 2011 at 1:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

WRXP Begins Stunting

Previous Format: Alternative “101-9 RXP” New Format: Stunting “101.9 FM New” (Became News “101.9 FM News” WEMP in August) Date & Time Of Change: July 15, 2011 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Airchecks: WQCD Becomes WRXP, WRXP Says Goodbye

WLOW Becomes Y107.9 WXYY

Previous Format: AC “107.9 The Coast”, Stunting as “Shamrock 107.9″ New Format: Hot AC “Y 107.9″ Date & Time Of Change: March 18, 2011 at 12:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

93.9 WRWM Becomes I94

Previous Format: AC “Warm 93.9” New Format: CHR “I94” Date & Time Of Change: July 3, 2009 at 9:40am More Info: Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Mark David

FM Talk 106.7 Debuts

Previous Format: Urban “Power 106.7” (Stunting With Christmas Music) New Format: Talk “FM Talk 106.7” Date & Time Of Change: May 28, 2009 at 12:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: Power 106.7 Signs Off

Power 106.7 Signs Off

Previous Format: Urban “Power 106.7” New Format: Talk “FM Talk 106.7” (Stunting With Christmas Music) Date & Time Of Change: May 28, 2009 at 12:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: FM Talk 106.7 Debuts

WMRN Moves To Columbus As Radio 106.7

Previous Format: Country 106.9 WMRN-FM – Stunting with TV Themes as “TV 106.7” after move-in New Format: Alternative “Radio 106.7” WRXS Date & Time Of Change: December 13, 2007 at 12:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia

93.1 The Lake Debuts

Previous Format: Stunting “TV 93” WHIT New Format: Classic Hits “93.1 The Lake” Date & Time Of Change: July 25, 2003 More Info: Wikipedia

WBBI Becomes 107.5 The Bear

Previous Format: Stunting as Rhythmic CHR “107.5 Kiss-FM” New Format: Classic Rock “107.5 The Bear” Date & Time Of Change: April 1, 2003 at 12:00pm More Info: Fybush.com Related Changes: 107.5 WBBI Stunts As Kiss-FM Aircheck & Logos Contributed by BinghamtonRadio.com

107.5 WBBI Stunts As Kiss-FM

Previous Format: Country “B107.5” New Format: Stunting As Rhythmic CHR “107.5 Kiss-FM” Date & Time Of Change: March 30, 2003 More Info: Fybush.com Related Changes: WBBI Becomes 107.5 The Bear Aircheck & Logos Contributed by BinghamtonRadio.com

“Z100″ 100.3 KKRZ Portland Relaunches

March 11th, the on-air staff gets fired. Z100 plays music and promotes “The Death of a Portland Institution”. KKRZ has been the Top40/CHR station since 1984. Others have tried and failed. All week, they play the regular playlist, get all the hype going and on March 15th, 4:40 PM, a heartbeat recording is played. At […]

92.9 WRKW becomes “92.9 Rock”

From its launch in October 1999, 92.9 WRKW ran an automated Rock AC format that had little chance for success. With a signal 20 miles north of Poughkeepsie and varying signal problems in the southern part of the market, it struggled to find an audience with additional problems ranging from poor audio to a total […]

“Loop 101″ 101.1 KAZL becomes “Energy 92.7 and 101.1″

In 1999, the company now known as Sierra H Broadcasting signed on KESP 101.1 FM in Payson, AZ. The format was Classic Hits (a.k.a. a lighter version of Classic Rock) under the name “Loop 101″ (which, probably not coincidentally, is also the name of a then-being-constructed freeway in the Phoenix area.) The call letters changed […]