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Discussion in 'Radio Broadcasting' started by CircleSeven, Mar 15, 2016.
So which building will fire the other building first?
I Don't know. Entercom has a bigger building than CBS Radio.
As of February 8th. KDND 107.9 the end went off the air and moved to 106.5 replacing KUDL star106.5.
From RadioInsight this morning, Entercom has formed a divestiture trust in the overlapped markets.
Entercom will annouce which stations will go in the trust, should no buyer of the spin-off stations comes forward when the CBS deal closes.
I looked at the article this morning, it said that it has KCBS-FM and KSWD in Los Angeles already.
The Entercom-CBS deal just got docketed.
Looks like KROQ's Rodney On The ROQ is done after 41 years on the L.A. station.
Sundays will never be the same.
Entercom has announced the 16 stations that are going to be divested in the markets that both CBS and Entercom own Radio Stations.
Boston: CBS’ 1030 WBZ, 98.5 WBZ-FM, 100.7 WZLX and Entercom’s 680 WRKO and 97.7 WKAF
(Entercom will keep 103.3 WODS and 104.1 WBMX)
Seattle: CBS’ 96.5 KJAQ, 102.5 KZOK, and 1090 KFNQ
(Entercom will add 94.1 KMPS to their cluster)
San Francisco: Entercom’s 96.5 KOIT, 98.5 KUFX, 102.9 KBLX and CBS’ 99.7 KMVQ
Sacramento: All of CBS’ Sacramento Cluster, except 102.5 KSFM
Very surprised at the divestiture of WBZ-AM-FM.
KSWD will be replaced by K-Love. KSWD, along with KSOQ and WGGY, will be divested to EMF.
I wonder what EMF will do because Univision owns the rights to the K-Love name in Los Angeles on KLVE 107.5