I’m on the road collecting lots of IDs deep in the heart of Texas – but while I’m traveling, have a big pile of IDs from several Savannah, Georgia trips last year!
(See some tower pictures on Site of the Week, with more coming this Friday…)
I’ve been editing some new IDs that I’ve recorded, along with Scott Fybush, and several Toppy contributors. That’s right, we’re taking submissions again! You may send your submissions to [email protected]
A big thank you to Jeremy Andrews, Clay Walker, Brian Sikorski, and Justin Wolffing!
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…
OK, in fairness, there’s never a time we don’t want to make a trip to San Diego. The weather is (almost) always perfect, the sunshine is delightful, the baseball team… um… has a nice ballpark. And did we mention the fish tacos?
But now we really, really need to get back to America’s Finest City, because since we recorded this batch of legal IDs in March 2017, so very much has happened to the radio dial there. Country KSON? It went from 97.3 to 103.7. “Energy” KEGY went from 103.7 to a brief run on 97.3, after which Entercom tried to do a hot-talk/sports hybrid that turned out to be one of this decade’s bigger radio debacles (it’s now doing sports as “Fan.”) KSON’s 92.1 North County simulcast, KSOQ, went to Air 1. And now KFMB(AM) and “KFM-BFM” are for sale.
Seems like a trip west is in order… maybe around December or January?