Full service radio
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Thu Sep 9 10:45:10 EDT 2010
I believe KRVN-AM 880 Lexington, NE 50KW Day/50KW Night would be considered
full service with all the farm news/ag/local news/weather they do during the
day and Im pretty sure they also play SOME very limited music during the day
and a bigger amount of music overnights.
On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 9:28 AM, Doug Drown <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Having been in New Brunswick over the weekend and having listened to CBC
> Radio One with its full service format, I'm wondering if there are any
> 50,000-watt commercial radio stations left in the U.S. that still tout
> themselves as such. WGN in Chicago was the last one that I knew of. WTIC
> and WGY were, I think, the last in the New England-eastern New York area,
> but both had morphed into talk stations by the early '90s. I know there
> are small-market stations such as WDEV that could still be called full
> service, but has the format died out completely as a major market contender?
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