WFME Signs-Off

Previous Format: Christian “Family Radio” WFME New Format: Currently Simulcasting 95.5 WPLJ Date & Time Of Change: January 11, 2013 at 3:39pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Related Changes: 94.7 Spins The Wheel of Formats, 94.7 NashFM Launches

KFRC Becomes Family Radio KEAR

Previous Format: Oldies KFRC (Simulcasting 99.7 KFRC-FM) New Format: Christian Preaching “Family Radio” KEAR Date & Time Of Change: April 29, 2005 at 12:00am More Info: Wikipedia

Christian 94.5 WCHR becomes Oldies WNJO

Nassau Broadcasting created the first duopoly in the Trenton market in early 1998 with the acquisition of 920 WTTM and 94.5 WCHR from Great Scott Broadcasting. WCHR’s religious programming was quickly transferred from 94.5 to 920. With market speculation leaning towards the debut of an AC or Country format, Nassau surprised observers with the choice of Oldies for the new station. With New Jersey 101.5 already in the market doing Oldies on weekends and overnights, many thought that there would be no room in the market for another Oldies outlet. The decision has chosen to be a wise one as WNJO has become a dominant #2 in the market, after debuting at #1 and allowing sister station WPST to retain the top spot.

WLIX Becomes Unforgettable WLUX

Previous Format: Christian WLIX New Format: Standards “Unforgettable 540” WLUX Date & Time Of Change: October __. 1995 More Info: Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Mike Erickson

The Final Hour of CHR on WAVA

In the early 1990’s, Emmis Broadcasting was one of the premier ownership groups in the country consisting of many stations of the former Doubleday and NBC Radio groups. However, one bad business decision (Ownership of the Seattle Mariners) caused the company to auction off many of its stations to the highest bidder. While WFAN in New York went to Infinity Broadcasting, some stations were unable to keep their current format by their new owners. Salem Broadcasting acquired WAVA and quickly stated its obvious intent to flip the station religious. WAVA had an illustrious history. One of the first FM all news stations in the 70’s, the station had been an AOR in the early 80’s when the decision to go Top 40 was made. Under such monikers as “All Hit 105”, “Powe...


Previous Format: Christian WCFL New Format: Talk/Rock “The Loop” WLUP Date & Time Of Change: April 29, 1987 at 12:00am More Info: Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Frank Davis