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RE: WODS jingles, songs-in-a-row
--- Paul Hopfgarten <email@example.com> wrote:
> Don't forget when WHUE finally got the WCOZ calls
> for 100.7 in Dec 1984, to
> bring back the 'Playing it COZy' BM format that 94.5
> used in the pre-AOR
> days of the early 70's, only to flip 2 weeks later
> to the 'Cat' WKKT,
> playing a Hot AC format for 8-9 months in 1985, then
> finally switching to
> 'Classic Hits' as WZLX.
> -Paul Hopfgarten
> Derry NH
> > On 5 January 2002 Eli Polonsky also wrote:
> > > > WCOP-FM 100.7 then made a brief ill-fated
> mid-70's attempt to get a
> > piece
> > > > of the pie with automated pre-'63 oldies
> before flipping to
> > country/rock
> > > > WTTK and eventually, after many various
> ownership and format changes,
> > > > WZLX.
> > >
> > To which I, Brian Anastasi, reply:
> > I seem to remember 100.7 being "beautiful music"
> for at least
> > five years and
> > using the call letters WHUE. In fact, just after
> that format and call
> > letters was dumped, there was about a week where
> listeners were asked to
> > call in and "help build a new radio station." Out
> of that came
> > classic rock
> > WZLX.
WWBX- (All new, all hit, B97.1)
WVOM- (The Voice of Maine)
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