Sunday, July 8, 2018

Clearing the Static 1827

On this week's program, a well known radio station in rural New York is being sold. Will it stay local? Most folks on the message boards say no. Why is this? Then, a major station sale in Tulsa, as a TV company gets back into radio there. Then, we tell you about developments at JAM Media, as they purchase stations in Iowa and North Carolina. Will the new company ditch Triple A and Deep Album Rock stations for something more profitable? We have plenty of format changes taking place including a switch from Conservative Talk to Classic Hits in Sarasota, and Classic Hip Hop evolves into Rhythmic CHR in Denver. So yet another station abandoning the format. Saga's Pure Oldies comes to Spencer, Iowa. A real "blast" has come to Wichita with a wide mix of party favorites. Some CHR developments, including in Bristol, Virginia and San Angelo, Texas. A religious station in Washington, DC has been sold, but will most likely stay in tact. Finally, an interesting observation about an analog TV station still on the air in rural Ontario. That's all on this edition of Clearing the Static.


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