104.3 Keesville still Christmas?

Shawn Mamros mamros@mit.edu
Tue Mar 3 08:34:55 EST 2015

And they're not the only ones.  Believe it or not, WMJX-HD2 is still playing all-Christmas music.

Their former "smooth jazz" format was my wife's favorite over-the-air station.  No more.  We actually switched from an HD radio (Sony XDR-S3HD) to an Internet radio (Grace Digital Mondo) in our bedroom as a result.  Aside from a ten-year-old Tivoli Audio PAL (which only gets used during power-out emergencies) and the A/V receiver in our living room (which has an AM/FM tuner built in, but I've never used it; it doesn't even have an antenna attached to it), we no longer have a tuner capable of receiving broadcast radio in active use in our house.  I would never have believed that possible ten or even five years ago.

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Any word on if this rimshot signal will stop stunting Christmas music? Someone is paying the electric bill, but why?

Bill O'Neill

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