Lots of travel lately means new IDs from our homebase here in northeastern Indiana (Fort Wayne), along with stops in Muncie/Marion, Indianapolis, Northwest Indiana, Battle Creek, Michigan, Grand Rapids, and Muskegon. Let us know what you think in the comments section below. Thank you!
Remember when that fat, fat TV Guide would arrive in the mailbox in September, the only thing telling you what all three networks were going to be programming over the next 39 weeks?
Here at Toppy, we’re not quite so awesome (though you could argue we’re just as stuck in the past!)
But just like a TV network in the 1970s, we did sort of end up not programming very much new for you in August. We have a good excuse – we were on the road a lot over the summer, collecting great heaping gobs of IDs all over the Northeast and Midwest. And while it’s not as amazing as, say, CBS’ Saturday-night lineup in 1974, we do have lots of quality material to share with you (hopefully) every Wednesday for the next few months. New England? We’ll have most of Massachusetts for you here. The entire I-80 corridor across Pennsylvania. More Chicago AMs and HD subs than you can shake a Sangean at! Youngstown! Columbus! Lima! It’s all coming your way right here on Toppy, and over at Tower Site of the Week on Fybush.com (where the 2019 Tower Site Calendar starts shipping next week – but we digress…)
Yes, it’s these sorts of things that keep Legal ID fans up late at night. I recently took a trip to California, so enjoy these sounds from Los Angeles, Monterey, Oxnard, and Santa Barbara, along with a few new (and one older) ID from homebase here in Fort Wayne. Comment below and let us know your thoughts!
How about some very fresh audio this week? From Buffalo, we get to hear the brand-new WZDV 92.1, just days after it signed on in late May. From Syracuse, it’s the new WZUN-FM/WZUN(AM) double ID from mid-July, just a couple of weeks after we got WZUN(AM) post-call change but pre-format change. (The AM was ESPN Deportes and is now “Sunny” AC, simulcasting WZUN-FM to feed a translator in Oswego County.) And we have a few new Geneva IDs, too…