Previous Format: Country WYNY New Format: Rhythmic CHR WKTU Date & Time Of Change: February 10, 1996 More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia
Previous Format: Dance CHR “Party 100.9” WXJZ (Stunting with Patriotic Country) New Format: Soft AC “100.9 Smooth-FM” Date & Time Of Change: September 12, 2015 at 12:00am More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia
Previous Format: Modern Rock New Format: Dance CHR Date & Time Of Change: 7/2/2010 9:58pm More Info: RadioInsight.com
Previous Format: Dance CHR “Pulse 87” New Format: Rhythmic CHR “Party-FM” Date & Time Of Change: October 30, 2009 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia Aircheck Contributed by Tony Santiago
Previous Format: Dance CHR “103.1 KDL” New Format: Alternative “Indie 103” Date & Time Of Change: December 21, 2003 More Info: Wikipedia
Previous Format: Dance CHR “Mega 93.3” KXMG New Format: Urban “Hot 93.3” KDHT Date & Time Of Change: August 15, 2003 at 8:00am More Info: Wikipedia
Previous Format: Dance “Energy 92.7 & 5” New Format: Spanish CHR “Onda 92” Date & Time Of Change: January 5, 2003 at 12:00am More Info: Airchecked, Wikipedia
The Chicago division of Big City Radio offered some of the more interesting programming on the Windy City’s radio dial. However, three times, a format they debuted on one of their sets of suburban frequencies (92.7/92.5 or 103.1) ended up being copied and presented in a different form on a full signal in the market. When “92.7 Kiss-FM” (later 92 Kiss-FM) debuted in November 1998, it represented the first serious attempt at a CHR/Pop outlet in the Chicago area since the early 90’s. The suburban trio of 92.7 WKIE/Arlington Heights, 92.7 WKIF/Kankakee, and eventually 92.5 WDEK/DeKalb combined to produce ratings near or at a 2 share 12+. (In comparison, those three signals consistently combined for a “no-show” in the 12+ ratings before Big City took control ...
In the Spring of 1998, 107.3 WZZP teased South Jersey with a Rhythmic CHR format. With no promotion or publicity, the brand new signal garnered a 2 share in its first ratings book. Seeing the hole for something between Urban AC WTTH and Adult leaning CHR WAYV, Margate Communications took a chance on something different. Pulling the plug on recently acquired satellite Modern Rocker WDOX, Margate moved the southern half of the Urban AC “Touch” simulcast from 105.5 to WDOX’s 93.1 slot. Rimshotting greater Atlantic City area from Cape May Court House, WZBZ debuted with a Dance CHR format designed to target WAYV, while still protecting WTTH. Within a year, WZBZ moved to 99.3 in Pleasantville, while retaining the 105.5 simulcast as WGBZ, giving the station full signal coverage ...