WMRN Moves To Columbus As Radio 106.7 Columbus | December 13, 2007 | 2 Comments 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 http://formatchange.com/audio/299.mp3 Related Posts WBWR Becomes The X No Comments | Dec 1, 2014 WCOL-FM Flips To Country No Comments | Feb 14, 1992 Mix 97.1 WBNS Becomes The Fan No Comments | Jan 26, 2009 WEGE Becomes Ted-FM No Comments | Nov 6, 2012 2 Comments Gary Smith April 11, 2012 Reply The stunting was interesting but the switch over sucked! Jeremy April 11, 2012 Reply Around this time, Clear Channel saw Alternative as an opportunity. They were launching these Alternative “Radio” stations all over. Philadelphia (Radio 104-5), in Hartford they returned 104.1 to the format “FM 104 One”, Channel 104-3 in Baltimore, Radio X 9-6-1 in Grand Rapids, etc along with a couple hybrids (104-1 The Rock Of New Orleans, and 105.5 The Vulcan in Birmingham) Several are gone. They sold 104.1 in Hartford (New owners brought back the old Radio104 WMRQ branding), 104.3 in Baltimore was flipped to CHR, Radio X 9-6-1 was flipped to ESPN Radio, The Rock Of New Orleans was flipped to Classic Rock, then Gen-X Adult Hits. The Vulcan to Talk. 106.7 to Gen-X Adult Hits (Gen X 106.7) The only real successful one was 104.5 in Philadelphia. One came back via a translator/HD-2/AM, 103.1 The Vulcan in Birmingham. The Radio X 9-6-1 format is on 96.1 HD-2. In 106.7 Columbus’ case, they just went backwards a little bit. Tweaked from Gen-X back to Alternative, and changed the name from “Gen-X 106.7″ to “X106.7″ earlier this year. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name:* Email Address:* Website: Comment:* Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.