WDEK

“Onda 92” WKIE/WDEK Signs-Off

Previous Format: Spanish CHR New Format: Variety Hits Date & Time Of Change: November 22, 2004 at 12:00am More Info: Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/109.mp3

92.7 WKIE & 92.5 WDEK begins simulcasting “Nine-FM” WRZA

Previous Format: Spanish CHR New Format: Variety Hits Date & Time Of Change: November 22, 2004 at 9:00am More Info: Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/110.mp3

Energy 92.7 & 5 Signs-Off

Previous Format: Dance “Energy 92.7 & 5” New Format: Spanish CHR “Onda 92” Date & Time Of Change: January 5, 2003 at 12:00am More Info: Airchecked, Wikipedia http://formatchange.com/audio/333.mp3

92.7 WKIE/WKIF + 92.5 WDEK “92 Kiss-FM” becomes “Energy 92-7 & 5”

The Chicago division of Big City Radio offered some of the more interesting programming on the Windy City’s radio dial. However, three times, a format they debuted on one of their sets of suburban frequencies (92.7/92.5 or 103.1) ended up being copied and presented in a different form on a full signal in the market. When “92.7 Kiss-FM” (later 92 Kiss-FM) debuted in November 1998, it represented the first serious attempt at a CHR/Pop outlet in the Chicago area since the early 90’s. The suburban trio of 92.7 WKIE/Arlington Heights, 92.7 WKIF/Kankakee, and eventually 92.5 WDEK/DeKalb combined to produce ratings near or at a 2 share 12+. (In comparison, those three signals consistently combined for a “no-show” in the 12+ ratings before Big City took control ...

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