While Brian handles his move, Tophour South (that’s me, I suppose, since I’m in Florida) is here with a big update. You all should like this one. I’ll list the contributors and the markets that they added, with a few comments below that. A big thank you goes to all of these contributors.
Rich Bulger: Atlanta and Seattle
Robert Corbin: Elizabeth City-Nags Head (NC) and Rocky Mount-Wilson (NC)
Chris Cuomo: Bowling Green (KY), Omaha, Selma (AL), and Sioux Falls (SD)
Blaine Thompson: Ft. Wayne, Appleton-Green Bay-Oshkosh (WI), and New York City
Paul Walker: Norfolk-Canaan (CT)
Now, Norfolk-Canaan isn’t a real market, but if anyone has a better idea for where to classify WSGG, let me know. And don’t say Hartford (rest in peace, WMRQ), as Hartford has a station on the same frequency (89.3) as WSGG.
Some highlights from the latest batch: We have a legal ID of the old 590 WOW out of Omaha; the dropping of those historic calls a few years back was one of the stupidest call letter changes I can ever recall… We have several new market debuts, including Sioux Falls, SD… There’s a real rarity in the Atlanta section, as we have an ID of 105.3 The Buzz with the WLCL call letters that were there very briefly… And for you Variety Hits fans, we have the legal ID of 92.9 Dave FM, as well as the new Jack FM (prior to its recent call letter change) in Seattle.