Fri Dec 21 10:30:58 EST 2012
It was Fairbanks. bostonradio.org profile for WROR: "Fairbanks hoped
to head off Greater Media's announced plans to flip WCDJ 96.9 to
country in the summer of 1993, but Greater Media decided to push
ahead, setting up a three-year fight for Boston's limited country
audience." 96.9 did go country a few months later.
Rumors say WODS was to flip to a Jack format but Entercom scooped them
by launching Mike hours or a day before 103.3 was to change.
On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 8:11 AM, Ed Hennessy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Despite CC's comment that they felt that it was time to expand to broadcast from solely internet for a dance music format, could this have also been in response to the recent spotting of several new URLs for 96.9? Would not surprise me that CC would try to steal Greater Media's thunder and switch first. It happened before with the country format switch , if I remember right (but it was Greater and someone else--Infinity? ARS?--back then).
> Ed Hennessy
> On 12/20/12, Sean Smyth<email@example.com> wrote:
> Evolution 101.7, with a dance music format, signed on today.
> Targeting much of the same audience as WFNX did, too.
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