Fw: More on liberal radio network, supposedly coming to Boston
Sven Franklyn Weil
Mon Dec 1 15:02:04 EST 2003
On Mon, 1 Dec 2003, Dan Strassberg wrote:
> #5 is a big question mark. I presume they'd like a Chicago-area station.
> Perhaps AM 1200 there, which has lost its Tx site, might be available.
> Also, I believe that the owner of that station is in Chapter 11.
WRTO-AM 12 in Chicago is owned by Hispanic Broadcasting (now Univision
Radio). Believe me...that owner is nowhere NEAR Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
AM 12 is now a Spanish talk oriented station. The talk format moved there
after Univision decided to change WIND-AM 56 to a Spanish AC format
skewing towards older pop music from the 70s and 80s.
AM 12 used to be WLXX with a tropical music format and after that format
was ended, it was used for a few months to simulcast Chicago rimshotter's
Viva 93.5-103.1 (Joliet & Highland Park) FM's Spanish pop format.
Call letters used during the simulcast were WVIV-AM to match Highland
Park's WVIV-FM 103.1 and Joliet's WVIX-FM 93.5.
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