Radio stations – KRMY Radio http://krmyradio.com/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 19:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://krmyradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-95-120x120.png Radio stations – KRMY Radio http://krmyradio.com/ 32 32 The BBC should learn from its local radio stations to survive https://krmyradio.com/the-bbc-should-learn-from-its-local-radio-stations-to-survive/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/the-bbc-should-learn-from-its-local-radio-stations-to-survive/ Published: 19:00 18 January 2022 Mark Murphy, Nick Risby, Lesley Dolphin. All the names that play in our homes every day. Reliable sources of local news and companions for many of us as we eat breakfast, take the kids to school and drive to and from work. So this week, as the government announced plans […]]]>

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Mark Murphy, Nick Risby, Lesley Dolphin. All the names that play in our homes every day. Reliable sources of local news and companions for many of us as we eat breakfast, take the kids to school and drive to and from work.

So this week, as the government announced plans to radically reform the BBC and overhaul TV license fees, we would do well to reflect on what impact these changes might have on something many of us enjoy: our own BBC Radio Suffolk.

Many people would support the government in freezing annual license fees for the next two years. Energy bills are rising and households face other costs as we experience the ongoing economic fallout from the pandemic in the form of rising inflation. Asking the BBC to tighten its belt and seek efficiencies at this time is reasonable and should have little to no impact on the quality of its programming.

Certainly, of late, it is understandable that some people have questioned the impartiality and direction of the BBC. For example, during the EU referendum and subsequent Brexit negotiations, the company’s output seemed to be heavily skewed in favor of the Remain campaign.

Similarly, the BBC has set up a plethora of national television and radio channels that cater to non-traditional audiences, mainly the metropolitan elite.

There is a strong case for reform of the BBC’s domestic production to ensure that it is more representative of the views and interests of the whole country, not just London and the “talkative classes”.

From my own experience, I also have no doubt that parts of the BBC nationally are overstaffed and inefficient.

I regularly receive requests from various BBC news programs including Newsnight, the BBC News Channel and Radio 4’s Today programme.

Each different national news program – even when they air on the same TV or radio station – has a completely different production team. It is both unnecessary and costly.

Nationally, BBC channel bosses would do well to learn from our own BBC Radio Suffolk which runs the station just as well but on a smaller budget and with far fewer staff.

While it is easy to argue for more efficient and cost-effective running of the BBC at national level, the case for reforming or even abolishing the license fee is far more complex.

When the license fee was introduced, the BBC had a virtual monopoly on broadcasting in the UK, but times have changed and there are now hundreds of different TV and radio stations.

Many people, especially young people, no longer watch television and instead receive much of their social media news and entertainment via streaming services such as Netflix, YouTube or Amazon Prime. This trend is only continuing and for some the BBC plays little or no role in their lives. It is therefore understandable that people who do not use the BBC regard the idea of ​​paying a license fee as outdated.

However, we must also consider that we live in an age of social media which can often be filled with inaccuracies and misinformation, perhaps one of the worst examples being the behavior of the anti-vaccination movement in spreading lies and pseudo-science online. . Surely, if ever there was a time when unbiased and balanced information was needed from a public service broadcaster, this is it.

The BBC is not perfect. It must reduce its production costs. It needs to be reformed and more faithfully represent the interests of those who live outside the metropolitan bubble.

But, there remains an important role for a public service broadcaster in our country to present our news with integrity and accuracy. The best of the BBC is in our own BBC Radio Suffolk, which is why I will continue to support some form of continuing license fee, but for the BBC to survive Broadcasting House must learn a lot of lessons from their local stations.

– Dan Poulter is the MP for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich

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How to Watch Purdue vs. Illinois Basketball, Radio Stations, Series Ratings https://krmyradio.com/how-to-watch-purdue-vs-illinois-basketball-radio-stations-series-ratings/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 19:07:59 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/how-to-watch-purdue-vs-illinois-basketball-radio-stations-series-ratings/ Purdue won the only game it played last week, beating Nebraska 92-65 on Friday night. The Boilermakers have forced 28 turnovers and led by as many as 30. They face a tougher test on Monday when they visit No. 24 from Illinois. Purdue (14-2, 3-2) has four players with a double-digit average score, led by […]]]>

Purdue won the only game it played last week, beating Nebraska 92-65 on Friday night. The Boilermakers have forced 28 turnovers and led by as many as 30. They face a tougher test on Monday when they visit No. 24 from Illinois.

Purdue (14-2, 3-2) has four players with a double-digit average score, led by Jaden Ivey (16.3 ppg). Zach Edey is averaging 15.4 points per game, while Trevion Williams is averaging 13.3 points and 8.6 rebounds.

Illinois (13-3, 6-0) has won six straight and is 8-1 at home. Four Illini players are averaging double-digit scores, led by Kofi Cockburn (21.9 ppg, 12.3 rpg) and Alfonso Plummer (15.9 ppg).

Be sure to follow Mike Carmine for updates from Purdue.

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When is the Purdue basketball game against Illinois?

The game is scheduled for noon ET on Monday, January 17, 2022 at the State Farm Center in Champaign, Illinois.

How can I watch Purdue basketball against Illinois?

The game will air on Fox.

How can I listen to the Purdue basketball game against Illinois?

The game can be heard on the Purdue Radio Network (96.5 FM in Lafayette, 1260 AM in Indianapolis) and here.

Purdue-Illinois Basketball History

Purdue is 102-90 against Illinois but has lost the last three meetings. The last meeting was on January 2, 2021. Illinois won 66-58. Prior to the three-game skid, Purdue had won four straight against the Illini.

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The 11 Best Metro Phoenix Radio Stations https://krmyradio.com/the-11-best-metro-phoenix-radio-stations/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 16:19:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/the-11-best-metro-phoenix-radio-stations/ Believe it or not, people still listen to the radio these days, and not just for those fleeting moments before switching to Pandora or Spotify. Despite the popularity of the many alternatives to old-fashioned terrestrial radio, jamming the tunes broadcast over the Valley Airwaves is still a thing. Metro Phoenix’s radio dial is populated with […]]]>

Believe it or not, people still listen to the radio these days, and not just for those fleeting moments before switching to Pandora or Spotify. Despite the popularity of the many alternatives to old-fashioned terrestrial radio, jamming the tunes broadcast over the Valley Airwaves is still a thing.

Metro Phoenix’s radio dial is populated with stations offering a variety of genres, from powerhouses like KYOT and KNIX playing popular songs to underpowered broadcasters like indie favorite KWSS.

We’ve compiled a list of the best resorts the Valley has to offer, many of which previously featured in our annual Best of Phoenix issues. It includes longtime favorites like KUPD (which has been blasting hard rock and metal since the late 70s), hip-hop standbys Power 98.3, and some quaint and quirky selections.

Take a look, then listen.

Best Country Station

KNIX 102.5 FM

No offense to the fancy rock stations in Phoenix, but if you really want to hear party music — stuff in the tradition of Bon Jovi and Motley Crue — you should turn your dial to KNIX. Modern country has its detractors, but it’s hard to deny the cold beer and swagger of KNIX’s playlist, stacked with the likes of Jason Aldean, Lee Brice, Blake Shelton and LoCash – country artists who haven’t not afraid of a little hip-hop-inspired low-end or arena-rock crunch. Sure, they may stray from the sonic touchstones of classic country, but the attitude and ethos are “outlaw” in their own right.

Best Classical Country Station

KSWG 96.3 FM

KSWG doesn’t exclusively play vintage country – you’ll hear hits from Darius Rucker, Brad Paisley, and even some of that “bro-country” stuff that’s always all the rage – but the station leans towards old-school Western sounds, which means DJs like Erika Smith Royal, Terri Clark, Ralph Davis and morning man Rick Kelly will be spinning classics from old-school artists. Tune in and you might hear vintage hits from George Strait, Wynonna Judd, Terri Gibbs, The Statler Brothers and dozens more. Broadcasting from Wickenburg, a town with Western appeal to spare, Real Country’s vibe isn’t BS and artisanal, and its DJs sound right at home on the airwaves.

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DJ Javin, one of the local mixmasters at the Power 98.3 decks.

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Best hip hop station

Power 98.3/96.3

The predictability of hip-hop FM stations is much lamented, but the staff at Power 98.3 have struck a delicate balance: delivering the hits Top 40 listeners want to hear with bold programming like The Dana Cortez Show, the first nationally syndicated radio show hosted by Latina, every weekday morning. On weekends, the station’s Power Mix features local DJs like Madd Rich, Javin and Complex who spin modern hip-hop standards with classics and deep cuts. It’s the kind of soundtrack you might hear in a club and the kind of fresh, live content that commercial radio is so sorely lacking.

Best R&B Radio Station

Mega 104.3 FM

Walking a tightrope between old-school soul, funk and selections from contemporary artists, Mega 104.3 is the kind of station that knows how to draw the line between Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie” and Earth Wind’s “Shining Star”. and Fire. “Things always stay funky, whether that funk comes from the Bee Gees or Parliament-Funkadelic or Janet Jackson, and like its sister station 101.1 The Beat, the grooves here seem tailor-made for smooth, languorous listening. The station is often a lifesaver on the backed-up Phoenix highways: a soft, chewy balm for road rage.

Best Spanish Language Station

La Campesina 101.9 FM

The Phoenix branch of Radio Campesina (there are also stations in Yuma, Las Vegas and Central California) has the hottest mixes in Spanish in the valley, pumping out tunes from renowned regional Latin and Mexican pop artists like Paulina Rubio, Gerardo Ortíz, Caliber 50 and Los Tucanes de Tijuana. You can also regularly hear tracks from trailblazers like norteño innovator Marco Antonio Solis and ranchero legend Vicente Fernandez. La Campesina also offers weekday radio programs focused on issues facing immigrant families. Whether listeners are looking for hot tunes or want to speak out on issues, Radio Campesina has them covered.

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Dani Cutler from KWSS.

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Best Alternative Station

KWSS 93.9 FM

KWSS is the local radio station that could. The Independent Operation, which can be found at 93.9 on your FM dial, has been airing choice selections of indie and alternative rock over the Valley airwaves 24/7 for the past 15 years. And it gained an audience and a fanbase by doing it. The station’s success, however, was not fueled by the backing of a multimillion-dollar media conglomerate, well-known sponsors, or high-profile advertising campaigns. Instead, KWSS has survived and thrives thanks to the tireless efforts of its small but passionate staff, including Dani Cutler, Jay Cairo, Dubs Witma and owner Frank Magarelli.

They’ve rounded up the station’s playlists (which include deep cuts, rarities, and old-school alt and indie rock tracks, not to mention music from up-and-coming and established local bands), host daily shows and weekly and manage other behind-the-scenes duties. KWSS is also the only place in the Valley where you can hear esteemed radio personality Jonathan L. stream audio oddities via his legendary Unbalanced world of L program, as well as the kind of tracks that aren’t on other local rock stations. In a landscape dominated by wave giants, KWSS is a bit taller than the rest.

Best Hard Rock Station

KUPD 97.9 FM

More than any station in town, KUPD knows its demo, pumping it up to 11 with the kind of heavy-rock flamboyance that’s been making ears bleed since Iron Butterfly got lost. in a gadda da vida. KUPD serves up a mix of modern (The Pretty Reckless, Motionless in White), classic (Metallica, Pearl Jam) and almost forgotten (Sponge) in equal measure, but the common denominators are volume and attitude. It’s a decidedly loud fare that hits directly at the air guitar virtuoso in all of us.

Best Classic Rock Station

KCDX 103.1 FM

We’ll freely admit that part of the appeal of KCDX is mystery. Broadcast from the desert, there’s no DJ, just a long, endless stream of free-form music. You might hear progressive rock crashing over country rock, or soft folk rock colliding with chiming power pop, but you’ll rarely hear the same song more than once for weeks. The big stations don’t play the Jayhawks or the Smithereens like KCDX, but you don’t necessarily tune in to hear anything specific. You let the mysterious “guru” who runs the show simply surprise you with a song you haven’t heard in years, or better yet, never heard on the radio.

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KBAQ plays classical music favorites 24/7 on 89.5 FM.

Best Jazz/Blues Stations

KJZZ 91.5 FM

During the day, KJZZ airs NPR content and exclusive reports on Phoenix news and culture, but at night the controls are given to jazz DJs like Blaise Lantana and Bryan Houston. On Sunday evenings, the station devotes five hours to These lowdown blues, blues musician and club owner Bob Corritore, the 30-year-old blues program, which features the disc jockey spinning dirty Delta blues, gritty R&B and gospel. From hard bop to soft progressive tunes, KJZZ remains the standard for jazz and blues in the Valley.

Best Classic Station

KBAQ 89.5 FM

Still the Valley’s only classical music station, KBAQ differs little from the shag outlets found in other major US cities – it’s backed by the public (and therefore subject to periodic begging for a week of pledges), run by a college-based educational station, and gets some of its programming courtesy of National Public Radio. Still, the reliable ‘K-Bach’ offers a tasty mix of specialist programming, including eerily perfect early morning wake-up music. And while the classic format probably requires the least of a programmer to keep up to date, KBAQ does an admirable job of staying on the cutting edge of early music, mixing musty old bits from Vivaldi and Tchaikovsky with weird takes on Brahms by the French choral ensemble Accentus. and Chinese songs by Grammy-winning Chanticleer.

Best Oldies Station

Retro 92.7 FM/1440 AM

We were pretty nervous when “AZ Gold” KAZG was relaunched and renamed in 2016 as Oldies 92.7, but luckily for us there’s still a lot to love. The station, which still simulcasts at 2:40 p.m., leans much more into the ’70s than before, but the tracks are guaranteed winners, like Carole King’s “I Feel the Earth Move” and “Alone Again (Naturally )” by Gilbert O’Sullivan. ”; Plus, there are throwbacks to the ’60s with songs like Gene Chandler’s classic “Duke of Earl” and the Standells’ garage rock hit “Dirty Water.”

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Elvis Costello on the song that divides “Oliver’s Army” told radio stations, “Don’t play the record!” https://krmyradio.com/elvis-costello-on-the-song-that-divides-olivers-army-told-radio-stations-dont-play-the-record/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 23:58:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/elvis-costello-on-the-song-that-divides-olivers-army-told-radio-stations-dont-play-the-record/ English singer-songwriter Elvis Costello will no longer perform his 1979 single “Oliver’s Army” and urges radio stations to stop playing him as well. The song’s lyrics – which comment on The Troubles, an ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland in the late 1960s – contain the N word to describe Irish Catholics in a critique of […]]]>

English singer-songwriter Elvis Costello will no longer perform his 1979 single “Oliver’s Army” and urges radio stations to stop playing him as well.

The song’s lyrics – which comment on The Troubles, an ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland in the late 1960s – contain the N word to describe Irish Catholics in a critique of their degrading treatment.

“If I wrote this song today, I might think twice about it,” he told The Telegraph. “That’s what my grandfather was called in the British Army – it’s historically a fact – but people hear that word ringing like a bell and accuse me of something I didn’t have intend to do. “

RELATED: How Elvis Costello Launched the “Armed Forces”

For decades UK radio stations broadcast “Oliver’s Army” without censorship. But in 2013, the anti-war ballad drew criticism from eager listeners after a BBC radio station sounded the racial insult.

Costello disapproves of any censored version, saying it does more harm than good. While the musician is due to go on tour in June and will not include “Oliver’s Army” in his setlist, he also implores that the radio stations “will do him a favor” by not playing the track either.

“They make it worse by beeping it for sure,” he said. “Because they highlight it then. Don’t play the record! “


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The singer joins a list of artists, musicians and bands who have also withdrawn their popular but controversial singles. During their No Filter tour in 2021, the Rolling Stones gradually removed “Brown Sugar” due to its sexually explicit descriptions of black women and its references to slavery. Paramore lead singer Hayley Williams quit performing the band’s best single “Misery Business” in 2018 – the brash song features a derogatory insult to women in its second verse.

After becoming a Jehovah’s Witness, Prince removed all swear words from his songs and concerts. Madonna and Bruno Mars have stopped performing their hit songs – “Material Girl” and “Like A Virgin” for Madonna and “The Lazy Song” for Mars – out of sheer disgust. Radiohead also grew tired of performing their hit song “Creep”, and while rumors of REM members hating their upbeat 1991 song “Shiny Happy People” abounded, that was debunked.

To this day, the Costello VEVO YouTube channel still includes a remastered version of the song below.

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Top 10 TV and Radio Stations in Kenya in 2021 https://krmyradio.com/top-10-tv-and-radio-stations-in-kenya-in-2021/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 13:29:43 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/top-10-tv-and-radio-stations-in-kenya-in-2021/ The mobile surveying platform, Geopoll, revealed the most popular radio and television stations in Kenya in its latest survey. According to the report, based on a survey conducted between January 1 and November 30, 2021, Citizen Radio, which is owned by Royal Media Services (RMS), was the most listened to station in Kenya. Maisha Radio […]]]>

The mobile surveying platform, Geopoll, revealed the most popular radio and television stations in Kenya in its latest survey.

According to the report, based on a survey conducted between January 1 and November 30, 2021, Citizen Radio, which is owned by Royal Media Services (RMS), was the most listened to station in Kenya.

Maisha Radio and Radio Jambo, which broadcast in Swahili, came in second and third place while the most popular English radio station was Classic 105 followed by Kiss FM and NRG Radio.

In addition, the report found that the most popular breakfast show in Kenya was Radio Citizen’s Jambo Kenya with 11.7% of the average radio share.

Radio Jambo and Maisha RadioBreakfast shows are tied for second at 8.8% each.

105 classics Maina and King’angi dominated the English segment on weekday mornings, followed Kiss FM‘s Morning kiss hosted by Kamene Goro and Phelix Odiwuor alias Jalang’o.

Radio presenter Jalang’o pictured at Kiss FM studios on July 13, 2020

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The most popular workout show was Citizen Radio‘s To continue followed by Maisha Radio (8.9%) and Radio Jambo (8.2%). Milele FM was fourth at 6.7 percent.

Among English-speaking radio stations, Kiss FM’s Fuck in the car was the most popular auto show at 6.25%, followed by Classic FM‘s Evening walk which had 5.91 percent.

The report also ranked the top 10 TV channels in Kenya during rush hour between 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

Citizen television had the highest number of average viewers, garnering 30 percent of the total audience share of the other 10 top 10 channels, ”the survey said.

Owned by Nation Media Group TVN was the second most popular TV channel in terms of audience, followed by KTN. KTNthe sister channel of, KTN News and Maisha Magic East gathered the five most watched TV channels.

A bar chart showing the top 10 TV channels in Kenya in 2021

A bar chart showing the top 10 TV channels in Kenya in 2021


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FG warns TV and radio stations against spreading fake news https://krmyradio.com/fg-warns-tv-and-radio-stations-against-spreading-fake-news/ Fri, 24 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/fg-warns-tv-and-radio-stations-against-spreading-fake-news/ The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has told media professionals not to speak for one or more interest groups in the country. NBC Managing Director Balarabe Shehu Ilelah said this during a media conference Thursday in Abuja. He said that many TV and radio stations across the country, especially government-owned, owed the commission of more than […]]]>

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has told media professionals not to speak for one or more interest groups in the country.

NBC Managing Director Balarabe Shehu Ilelah said this during a media conference Thursday in Abuja.

He said that many TV and radio stations across the country, especially government-owned, owed the commission of more than N4 billion in licensing and license renewal fees.

He said that for stations due to pay license renewal fees, NBC warns them that “they have until February 17, 2022 to pay their debts or have their licenses revoked and reassigned to future licensees.” .

Ilelah said media professionals should critically report the words and actions of both sides, subject them to critical analysis, and expose what is false or threatening to society and its freedoms.

He said, “The practitioner should never be a mere spokesperson for a group or interest groups. He or she must critically report the words and actions of both parties, subject them to critical analysis, and expose what is false or threatening to society and its freedoms.

“We know the harm that fake news, hate speech and unprofessional broadcasting have cost societies. We have to be extremely careful about the content we release. The National Broadcasting Commission prides itself on its professionalism, efficiency and integrity in fulfilling its regulatory mandate,” Ilelah said.

He noted the provisional broadcasting license granted to 159 companies, institutions and communities by President Muhammadu Buhari to operate radio and television in the country.

He said that with the switchover there would be over 200 channels and probably over a thousand organized production companies looking to feed them content.

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Atlanta Radio Station Guide https://krmyradio.com/atlanta-radio-station-guide/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/atlanta-radio-station-guide/ 88.5 WRAS GPB news / conversation from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends // mix of diverse music with a rock accent from other times, Georgia State University www.wras.org 89.3 WRFG Jazz, blues, afro-pop, bluegrass, folk, Latin, Indian, Caribbean, talk www.wrfg.org 90.1 WABE NPR News / Discussions www.wabe.org 91.1 […]]]>

88.5 WRAS GPB news / conversation from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends // mix of diverse music with a rock accent from other times, Georgia State University www.wras.org

89.3 WRFG Jazz, blues, afro-pop, bluegrass, folk, Latin, Indian, Caribbean, talk www.wrfg.org

90.1 WABE NPR News / Discussions www.wabe.org

91.1 WREK Diversified Georgia Tech www.wrek.org

91.5 Christian WWEV www.wwev.org

91.9 WCLK Jazz / soul Clark Atlanta University www.wclk.com

92.1 WJGA Contemporary / oldies (“We play what we love”), Jackson, GA http://streema.com/radios/WJGA_FM

92.3 WMOQ-FM (outside of Monroe) Real Country Q92.3

92.5 WEEKS The Bear Country, covering the subway south of Atlanta from Senoia www.thebear925.com

92.9 WZGC The Game: Discourse on Sport http://929TheGame.com, provides game coverage for the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta United

93.3 WVFJ The Joy FM, contemporary Christian http://georgia.thejoyfm.com/index.php cover card

93.5 WRSM South 93.5, country, covering northwest Georgia. Rome, Georgia http://www.south107.com

93.7 W229AG Simultaneous Sports / Chat 680 / The Fan www.680thefan.com, provides game coverage for the Atlanta Braves

94.1 WSTR Star 94 Hot AC www.star941Atlanta.com

94.5 W233BF Streetz 94.5 hip-hop www.streetz945atl.com

94.9 WUBL The land of the bull www.bullatlanta.com

95.5 WSBB news / talk, simulcast with 750 / WSB-AM, provides UGA football match coverage

96.1 WWPW power 96.1 Top 40 www.power961.com

96.7 WWLG simulcast Z105.7, contemporary Latin hits https://z1057atlanta.iheart.com/ (I went to Christmas on November 5, 2021, while waiting for a possible new format)

97.1 WSRV The River Classic Hits, mostly 1970s and 1980s rock www.971theriver.com

97.5 WUMJ simultaneously broadcasts Majic 107.5 http://majicatl.hellobeautiful.com/listen-live/

97.7 WSRV-HD2 alternative rock nicknamed The Other Side of the River, widely heard in Gwinnett https://tunein.com/radio/The-Other-Side-of-the-River-971-s52435/

97.9 WWWQ-HD3 OG 97.9 old school hip hop www.0g979.com

98.5 WSB B98.5. Pop from the 80s, 90s and today. www.b985.com

98.9 WWQ-HD2 current alternative rock 99X www.99x.com

99.3 WCON Classic Country in Cornelia, North Georgia, but covers much of the Atlanta Metro wcconfm.com

99.7 WWQ Q99.7 Top 40 www.q997atlanta.com

100.1 WNSY licensed to Talking Rock, GA, simulcast from Smooth Jazz 101.1, owned by Davis Broadcasting.

100.5 WNNX Rock 100.5 Wide range of classic and active rock, Braves games www.atlantasrockstation.com

100.9 Star 94 HD-2 classics from the 1970s and 1980s https://star941atlanta.radio.com/941-hd2-classic-sound-star

101.1 W266BW (WJZA) soft jazz www.smoothjazzatl.com

101.5 WKHX New Country https://www.newcountry1015.com/

102.1 WMXT Fox oldies 1970s to 1990s www.myfoxfm.com

102.3 WLKQ La Raza – Spanish www.laraza1023.com

102.5 WPZE Gospel www.louange1025.com

102.9 W275BK (WAMJ-HD2) Old school R&B Classix 102.9 myclassixatl.com.

103.3 WVEE V-103 R & B / hip-hop www.v-103.com

103.7 WXKT Chuck of the North Georgia pop-rock mix from the 1970s to present www.1037chuckfm.com

104.1 WALR Kiss 104.1 R&B 1980s-present www.kiss1041fm.com

104.5 WXJO simulcast of 92.5 Douglasville Bear

104.7 WFSH Contemporary Christian Fish www.thefishatlanta.com 105.3 WRDG The Beat hip-hop thebeatatl.iheart.com

105.3 WRDG the Beat hip hop 1053thebeat.iheart.com

105.5 hip-hop gospel simulcast WAFS 105.7 contemporary latino hits WBZY https://z1057atlanta.iheart.com/

105.7 WBZY Z105.7 Top 40 Spanish z1057atlanta.iheart.com

106.1 WNGC Your country of Georgia outside Athens www.1061wngc.com

106.3 conservative speech XTRA xtra1063.com

106.7 WAKL K-Love Unionized Contemporary Christian klove.com

107.1 simultaneous broadcasts 102.3 / La Raza

107.5 WAMJ Majic simulcast R&B with 97.5 on www.majicatl.com

107.9 WHTA R & B / hot hip-hop www.hotspotatl.com

AM radio stations

550 WDUN News / conversation www.wdun.com

590 WDWD Faith Talk https: faithtalk590.com

610 WPLO La Bonita Spanish www.labonita610.com

640 WBIN Black Information Network, news https://www.iheart.com/live/atlantas-wbin-640-6066/

680 WCNN Sports / talk www.680thefan.com (simulcast on 93.7)

750 BMS News / Discussion www.wsbradio.com (simultaneous broadcast on 95.5)

790 WQXI Korean Radio www.atlantaradiokorea.com/

860 WAEC Christian www.love860.com

890 Chinese WJTP http://tunein.com/radio/WJTP-890-s18765/

920 WGKA “The answer” News / discussion www.am920theanswer.com

970 WNIV FaithTalk / Christian teaching / discussion www.faithtalk970.com

1010 WTZA Radio Punjab, South Asian format RC Media Partners

1040 WPBS Korean Radio www.atlantaradiokorea.com/

1080 WFTD Spanish Radio La Ley laley1080am.com/

1,100 Hispanic sports WWWE ESPN http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/news/story?id=226774

1160 WCFO The Quest, Catholic Radio Talk www.thequestatlanta.com

1190 WAFS Catholic Chat www.relevantradio.com

1230 WFOM Conservative Talk Xtra, also on 106.3 FM

1270 WYXC News / Conversation Cartersville http://www.am1270wyxc.com/

1330 WGTJ, Glory 1330, Southern Gospel, de Gainesville, www.glory1330.com

1340 WIFN Partly simulcast of Sports X at 12:30 p.m. and Fox Sports Radio. (also on 103.7 FM)

1380 WAOK News / conversation www.waok.com

1400 WNIV Christian conference www.faithtalk970.com (simultaneous broadcast with 970)

1410 WKKP Classic country no url but you can call (770) 504-8410

1420 WATB Spanish on weekends, variety on weekends including Caribbean http://watb1420.com/

1430 WGFS The King (outside Covington) gospel hip hop www.am1430theking.com.

1440 WGMI Asian www.wgmiradio.com

1460 WXEM La Favorita Spanish www.radiolafavorita.com (simulcast with 1130 WLBA and 1600 WAOS)

1480 WYZE Gospel www.wyzeradio.com) (the station ceased broadcasting in November 2018)

1520 WDCY Gospel (simulcast with WDPC)

1550 WAZX Spanish / Christian

1570 WIGO The Light / Gospel Variety www.wigoam.com

1600 WAOS La Mejor Spanish www.radiolafavorita.com

1690 WMLB Eclectic www.1690wmlb.com (withsleeping in May 2018)

To exploreHere is the list of HD radio channels, which may or may not be updated

Which stations are available on the Tune In app? Most non-commercial stations including WRAS and WABE, Cox stations (B98.5, WSB, The River, the Other Side of the River, Kiss 104.1), Cumulus stations (Rock 100.5, Q100, 99X, OG 97.9, New Country 101.5), Majic 107.5 / 97.5, Classix 102.9, Streetz. 94.5, The Fan, 920 / The Answer, Chuck 103.7, Fish 104.7, WNGC 106.1; 550 / WDUN-AM

Which stations are available on I Heart Radio? IHeartMedia stations (640 / WGST, 94.9 / The Bull, Power 96.1, Z105.7 / 96.7, 105.3 / The Beat), Cumulus stations (Rock 100.5, Q99.7, 99X, OG 97.9, New Country 101.5) Cox stations (B98 .5, WSB, River, Kiss), Salem stations (Fish 104.7, 920 / The Answer, FaithTalk 590/970)), K-Love 106.7, Love 860, 106.1 WNGC

Which stations are available on Radio.com? Entercom stations: Star 94.1, 92.9 / the Game, V-103 and 1380 / WAO and Cox stations (B98.5, WSB, The River, Kiss 104.1), Salem stations (FaithTalk Atlanta 590/970, AM920 The Answer; Fish 104.7 )


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Over 50 radio, podcasting, cricket, AFL and racing stations https://krmyradio.com/over-50-radio-podcasting-cricket-afl-and-racing-stations/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 20:51:34 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/over-50-radio-podcasting-cricket-afl-and-racing-stations/ To share Tweeter To share E-mail One of the CEOs of SEN that of Craig Hutchison the most daring moves were to pay around $ 10 million for the license of 2CH in Sydney – 1170 on the AM band. The new owners weren’t going to keep the Classic Hits format, they moved the music […]]]>

One of the CEOs of SEN that of Craig Hutchison the most daring moves were to pay around $ 10 million for the license of 2CH in Sydney – 1170 on the AM band.

The new owners weren’t going to keep the Classic Hits format, they moved the music to a DAB + channel of the same name and used the AM frequency to launch SEN 1170 Sydney.

Using the traditional method of measuring radio success, you should call it an underachiever. Ratings for the last two polls of 2CH as a music brand saw resort and breakfast shares above 4%. In SEN’s first year, the resort peaked at 0.7% and breakfast at 0.5%.

But the notes only convey part of SEN’s story. “Because we distribute our content in so many ways, it may take a little while for some people to get used to our model.“said Hutchison.

For people who get it, he added, “It’s been very effective and very successful with advertisers, which is one of the reasons we’ve had such good customer retention.”

As noted in our accompanying SEN 2021 review, bringing content across multiple platforms to sports fans is the game. Part of the distribution method is podcasting.

See also: Craig Hutchison – Covid a speed bump for SEN, but it didn’t stop 2021’s growth

“We have a total audience of 5.5 million people and 450,000 unique people in a peak month,” Hutchison explained. “We will continue to grow. Podcasting fits into our full experience model. We are really interested in your attention with our products. We want to improve a sports fan’s day.

The most watched podcast is SEN Breakfast, which brings together corporate breakfast shows in Australia. The podcast was ranked # 29 in the Podcast Ranker for November. The morning show SEN 1116 hosted by Gerard Whately was also in the Ranker Top 40. The second best, at No. 51, was Hutchison’s podcast. The resonance chamber he co-hosts with AFL’s Damian and Triple M Barrett.

Milestone 2CH

Hutchison wants to take calculated risks and do things differently, but he also respects tradition. Speaking of the Sydney market, he notes the next 2CH milestone with its 90th birthday in 2022.

The former AM station, now living as a DAB + station and online, celebrates its 90th anniversary in 2022. Breakfast host and radio veteran Tim webster will be 70 in 2022. “People love this brand,” Hutchison said. “Although we turned the frequency into a sports station, we didn’t want to turn our backs on history. Although our model is less traditional than most.

Rainmaker, Ballpark and AFL Record

The former AFL executive keeps an eye on these various parts of the SEN group. Richard simkiss. Hutchison notes that Rainmaker, with his cutting edge studio that offers production, filming, editing, talent sourcing, and delivery, is one of the most exciting and rapidly growing parts of the empire.

“Rainmaker did a great job led by Richard. It has invested in technology, distribution and infrastructure. We have great sporting connections and the TV studios in our building broadcast content 24 hours a day. ”

Rainmaker has made agreements with the AFLW and WNBL, among others, to distribute the content of the codes.

On the other hand, Ballpark and AFL Publishing have been pushed around by Covid. The absence of sporting crowds and travel restrictions have anchored much of Ballpark’s event activity.

Barely 12 months after SEN struck a deal to publish AFL Record magazine, Covid struck, meaning there was no football field selling the title to fans.

“The AFL Record team has done a great job considering the challenges they have faced over the past two years. We can’t wait to be back in some very busy places. Our team managed to evolve a product that is 110 years old in April of next year.

Taking care of the publication is only part of a larger AFL relationship.

Hutchison: “AFL Radio has been great for us and for the AFL as we help build the game in NSW and Queensland. Something SEN has done with syndication deals and now also through its own stations.

“We broadcast the Suns, Swans and Giants live every game. They can be heard on up to three stations in Sydney on 2UE, 2SM and 1170. In Brisbane, matches can be heard on 4BH and various stations in the NSW area.

“In some markets we do AFL and NRL every weekend which is a great honor.”

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SEN Executive Director Chris Giannopolous with CEO Craig Hutchison

Well done the management

The talent management company is led by longtime colleague Craig Hutchison Chris Giannopoulos who also sits on the board of directors of SEN.

Bravo merged with Precision Sports Management in 2019. CEO of Precision Liam pickering and Giannopoulos are longtime partners, having first worked together at IMG where Giannopoulos was Director of Client Management and New Business Development for over 14 years. Pickering joined Giannopoulos in 2001 to lead IMG’s AFL player management before founding Precision in 2014.

The SEN application

SENtrack: pursuit, stimulation and running

“It’s been very successful and we’ve built a community around it,” said Hutchison of the racing radio brand. SENtrack which flourished with stations around Australia.

He explained that the racing industries have been very supportive. ” They realize we have identified a new fan style in addition to creating new fans. We celebrated how wonderful these industries are in terms of the volume of events they host in their communities across the country. On an average race day there can be 30 or more events in Australia and New Zealand. This represents a lot of employed people and an economic stimulus in these cities and communities.

We don’t have a model for the serious professional bettor. We’re more for people who might come to the pub on a Saturday with their friends for a laugh and a quaddie.

SENtrack handles all of this without involving any thoroughbred racing. There is still a lot of talk about horse racing.

Hutchison explained, “Our audience doesn’t miss it live. We take audio from harness racing and greyhounds. If you want to follow thoroughbred races there are plenty of places to watch them from Sky Chanel, Seven on Saturdays, Racing.com and various betting apps. For audio only, you are supported by Sky Sport Radio or RSN. If you really want to have a day with your friends, we are the place.

Hutchy said SENtrack identified the gap in the market. “The gap is providing the advice, the jokes, the key people and their performance. To have credibility in the industry, but also for a laugh along the way. We are building a community, a very interactive brand with the public.

“The others in space don’t have the luxury of what we can do. They have to go race after race. They can’t spend 20 minutes talking about a particular meeting, we can if we want to. This is the difference.

These racing codes on which SENtrack relies are the ones that other media overlooks. “We strongly believe in choice. In our model, and our app is designed to accommodate that, you should be able to find whatever you’re looking for. This could be our SENW podcast channel for women’s sports, all the way to harness racing in Western Australia.

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Cricket on SEN

This summer, so far, SEN has covered the WBBL and has exclusive radio coverage of the BBL. It also has the Ashes Tests – exclusive commercial AM broadcaster – as well as Triple M and ABC.

“We have established commentators like Gerard Whately and Anthony hudson. We have hired a lot of cricketers like Ian Healy in Brisbane, Adam gilchrist in Perth. It’s a great radio sport and a great storytelling platform. It’s even more popular in New Zealand where it’s huge. We follow the Black Caps wherever they are in the world.

We are very invested in cricket as a business.

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SEN Adelaide Breakfast Welcomes Kane and Hayesy

SEN in figures

The Sports Entertainment Network has become a media beast that has devoured radio licenses in two counties. Over 50 in fact – here’s the breakdown.

28 radio stations in New Zealand

24 radio stations in Australia (and still growing – 15 are SENtrack stations)

SEN broadcasts nine separate breakfast shows – Garry and Tim in Melbourne, Kane and Hayesy in Adelaide, Adam Gilchrist with Tim Gossage (Gilly and Goss) in Perth, Jack riewoldt in Tasmania, André Voss In Sydney, Tim webster in Sydney (at Classic Hits), Pat Welsh and Ian Healy (Pat and Heals) in Queensland and Brendon McCullum and Israel Dagg (Bazz and Izzy) in New Zealand.

Top photo: SEN 1170 breakfast host Vossy helps build the brand in Sydney



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The leaders who shut down radio stations are not Democrats https://krmyradio.com/the-leaders-who-shut-down-radio-stations-are-not-democrats/ Sun, 19 Dec 2021 20:52:02 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/the-leaders-who-shut-down-radio-stations-are-not-democrats/ Program Officer of the Friedrich Ebert Michael Abbey Foundation Political leaders who use administrative offenses as a basis for shutting down media houses that criticize the government can never be accepted into the Democratic leadership committee, said Michael Abbey, program manager for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. According to the program manager of the Friedrich Ebert […]]]>

Program Officer of the Friedrich Ebert Michael Abbey Foundation

Political leaders who use administrative offenses as a basis for shutting down media houses that criticize the government can never be accepted into the Democratic leadership committee, said Michael Abbey, program manager for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.

According to the program manager of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, these leaders do not respect the principles of good governance required of democratic leadership.

“The political leaders who close radio stations are not Democrats,” suggested Michael Abbey of the German think tank.

He was speaking at a conference and panel discussion organized by SOLIDAIRE GOVERNANCE FORUM, a Ghanaian registered policy think tank held at the Erata Hotel in Accra.

Mr. Abbey analyzed the missing points preventing the State of Ghana from harnessing the development dividends of democracy and good governance.

He explained that inclusion is a cardinal principle of good governance and a sine qua non for all democratic leaders.

He argued that a Democratic leader, in every sense of the word, cannot have an inglorious reputation for overseeing the revocation of the licenses of radio and television stations that are the must-see media channels, for some of the masses. within the democratic space.

In his previous presentation on the principles of good governance, ahead of the roundtable, Dr Alidu Seidu, professor of political science at the University of Ghana, Legon, and member of Solidaire Ghana, cited inclusion and participation as critical benchmark for measuring good governance.

Dr Seidu Alidu then listed other principles of good governance, including accountability, transparency, responsiveness, fairness, efficiency and effectiveness, rule of law and consensus building.

Panelists included a retired professor from the University of Ghana, Professor Nii Noi Dowuona; a senior lecturer at the University of Ghana, Prof. Ransford Gyampo, program coordinator at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Mr. Michael Abbey; the executive director of ASEPA Ghana, Mr. Mensah Thompson and a social advocate of African Education Watch, Mr. Geoffrey K. Ocansey.

Program chairwoman Barbara Acheampong, a US-based tax specialist in her remarks encouraged members of the public to take an interest in the country’s governance and to sound the alarm whenever necessary, to help control those who hold political authority. .


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KWXY, KGX radios back with a list of local hosts https://krmyradio.com/kwxy-kgx-radios-back-with-a-list-of-local-hosts/ Fri, 10 Dec 2021 16:00:36 +0000 https://krmyradio.com/kwxy-kgx-radios-back-with-a-list-of-local-hosts/ More than four months after the story Coachella Valley Radio Stations “Relaxing Music” KWXY and “Real Talk” KGX Suddenly Go silent, the new owner of the stations says he’s bringing them back with a bang. “It was just an idea that I was going to change something,” said resort owner Louie Comella, “but now it’s […]]]>

More than four months after the story Coachella Valley Radio Stations “Relaxing Music” KWXY and “Real Talk” KGX Suddenly Go silent, the new owner of the stations says he’s bringing them back with a bang.

“It was just an idea that I was going to change something,” said resort owner Louie Comella, “but now it’s so big I can’t even believe it”.

The stations, which will be renamed KWXY “Music Radio” and KKGX “Alternative Talk Radio”, are expected to start in 2022 with a full roster of new hosts and shows, most of which will be hosted locally and nearly all will be geared towards a Coachella Valley audience. , according to Comella. New hosts include local and national entertainment figures such as acclaimed game show and radio host Wink Martindale, Jim Heath of rockabilly band The Reverend Horton Heat, and longtime local radio figures Dan McGrath and Joey English, among others.


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