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Surprised no one here mentioned this, but hey, I'll do it. Bye-bye Entercom (and Radio.com). Hello, Audacy! Yesterday (March 30th), Entercom and Radio.com were rebranded as Audacy (pronounced "odyssey"). The company will be known as Audacy, Inc., while the radio stations, podcasts and the former Radio.com and its app will be just Audacy. The Entercom name has dated back to the founding of the company in 1968 as Entertainment Communications. Audacy will retain Cadence 13, BetQL, Pineapple Street Studios and recently-acquired Podcorn. Quote below from a Radio Insight article: WCBS Newsradio 880's Steve Scott speaks with Audacy CEO David Field: Entercom rebrands, changes name to Audacy - WCBSAM: On-Demand - Omny.fm Variety: Entercom Changes Name to Audacy, Kills Off Radio.com Brand - Variety Radio Insight: Entercom Rebrands As Audacy - RadioInsight Inside Radio: So Long Radio.com. Entercom Rebrands As Audacy And Sunsets Its App Name In The Process. | Podcast News Daily | insideradio.com Sports Betting, Podcasts Top Focus As Entercom Becomes Audacy. | Story | insideradio.com Thoughts?
Radio station WXNX-FM has flipped formats as of Wednesday NOON. It went from an alt rock station 93X to Trump Country 93.7 airing a country music format.The station started stunting with a loop of country music Monday afternoon. The station also has parked 93xfm.com & they have parked 93X.fm that used to be a redirect to their site. The station is owned by Sun Broadcasting Inc. (www.sbbroadcasting.com) http://trumpcountry937.com/is the stations official site. https://radioinsight.com/headlines/197809/93x-fort-myers-becomes-trump-country-93-7/ https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=245537106796784&extid=DHT8Xj0dXUEqMDlE This is the link I first heard about the switch. It caught many listeners off guard, and station WBBH received several emails asking about the switch.
Washington D.C.'s all-news station WTOP debuted its brand-new music and imaging package yesterday (Monday, June 1st) created by Seattle-based ReelWorld. Gone are Non-Stop Music's News Central and First News packages. http://www.reelworld.com/jingles/packages/wtop (click on "Listen to Full Package"). From DCRTV.com... Thoughts?