That would be Long Island Sound, which divides the signal on 104.7 in Montauk NY, way out at the eastern tip of Lawn Guyland, from the New London CT market that contains most of the population that can actually hear that signal.
On March 17, Citadel swapped calls and formats between the 104.7 signal and another class A FM it owns in the market, the 102.3 licensed to Stonington CT. 102.3 was news-talk as WXLM, 104.7 was doing classic rock (programmed from a storefront studio at the Mohegan Sun casino) as WMOS, “the Wolf.”
With the help of new Toppy contributor Michael Gagnon, we now have a nice overview of the switchover, starting with Jeff Lehmann’s IDs from before the swap, then into Michael’s IDs from just after the formats switched, but before the calls moved, and ending up with the fully relocated calls and formats. Thanks, Michael!
And rounding out this week’s update, when we went to post a new Buffalo ID (the new talk format at WECK 1230, received at a distance here in Rochester and eventually to be replaced with a better local version), we found a bunch of older Buffalo IDs sitting unposted. That’s been rectified – and we really need to spend more time an hour to our west, snacking on wings at Duff’s or hot dogs at Ted’s, and rolling a bunch of those IDs that are missing from the site.
(We should do the same for Syracuse, too, but the eating’s not quite as good over there!)