Fri Mar 5 15:32:56 EST 2010
And for those who want a record of the transition, a sound file of last 7 minutes of Rumba and the start of the promos.
From: Mario Gonzalez Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Fri, Mar 5, 2010 3:25 pm
Subject: Re: RushRadio1200.com
This is all so confusing ... www.mia1430.com has the content of 1200 Rumba, but the feed isn't working. www.1200rumba.com is pointing to their old website, but their feed is playing a loop of what is currently airing on 1200.
In any case, Rumba 1200 is now gone from the airwaves.
On 3/5/2010 3:15 PM, Bob DeMattia wrote:
> The rushradio1200.com website is now titled "mia 1430" and has the "mia"
> logo in the upper left corner.
> There is an announcement that Rush starts Monday at 12 N, and below that the
> current mia "just played".
> On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 9:42 AM, Mario Gonzalez Jr.<email@example.com>wrote:
> >> I was listening to Rumba 1200 this morning. The DJ (John Moussa) said that
>> the station was going to stop the Rumba format as of 3pm today. This was
>> previously reported. He then said that listeners could find the same kind
>> of music online at rumba100.com. This is one of their other rumba
>> They are still running the ad where they say that they will convert over on
>> Monday and they urge their listeners to go to Mia 1430. They are calling it
>> Latin Pop music. The music there is more pop than urban from what I can
>> tell. I like the Rumba format better. Fortunately for me, there are plenty
>> of online sources for it.
>> On 3/4/2010 3:15 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> >>> Thanks--I have very limited knowledge of Spanish and was just trying to
>>> pick out a few words...
>>> And as I understand it a website called Mia1430.com just launched
>>> recently...but while you say the music will be similar, maybe the only
>>> similarity will be the language. Isn't Mia romantic tunes,
>>> kind of a Spanish AC, while Rumba is more Tropical or dance based?
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