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WXTG To End Talk/Classic Country LMA

Posted: 13 Jan 2017 11:26 AM PST
https://radioinsight.com/headlines/1...c-country-lma/



Talk/Classic Country 1490 The Outlaw WXTG Hampton/Norfolk VA will flip to a
simulcast of AAA 102.1 The Tide WXTG-FM Virginia Beach next week.

The Daily Press reports that Chuck Hall is ending its LMA and scrapping its
option to buy the station that operated from his Langley Speedway. WXTG
featured Imus In The Morning, Classic Country, and Motor Racing programming
to promote the racetrack, which suspended car races in 2016.

Owner Davis Media will return the station to a simulcast of their WXTG-FM
when the take over.



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Charlie Sykes & Others To Host WNYC & Minnesota Public Radio Nightly
Call-In Show

Posted: 13 Jan 2017 11:12 AM PST
https://radioinsight.com/headlines/1...-call-in-show/



WNYC and Minnesota Public Radio are launching a nightly call-in show
Indivisible on Monday, January 23.

Politico reports that the show will air Monday through Thursday nights for
fourteen weeks focusing on Donald Trumps first 100 days in office. Each
night will have a different theme and host.

Mondays will be hosted by Kai Wright and The Economist writers John
Prideaux and Anne McElvoy with a focus on “how the world is reacting to the
changes that are coming to Washington.

Tuesdays will feature WNYCs Brian Lehrer on how and how quickly American
norms are changing.

Former 620 WTMJ Milwaukee late morning host Charlie Sykes, who exited the
station last month despite becoming one of the top Conservative critics of
Trump will host on Wednesdays. His show will interview policy makers and
engage listeners in conversation that weighs developments in the new
administration’s first 100 days against American values and conservative
principles.”

Thursday will feature Minnesota Public Radios Kerri Miller examining
American identity at this moment of change.”



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SiriusXM Hits 1 Launches Hits 1 In Hollywood With Michael Yo, Tony Fly &
Symon

Posted: 13 Jan 2017 08:27 AM PST
https://radioinsight.com/headlines/1...ony-fly-symon/



Sirius XMs Hits is launching a new live afternoon show from its studios in
the Capitol Records building in Los Angeles with two well known radio
personalities at the helm.

Hits 1 In Hollywood will be hosted by Michael Yo, Tony Fly, and Symon
weekdays from 7-10pm eastern/4-7pm pacific. Yo, who is currently a co-host
of the syndicated television series The Insider and a stand-up comedian,
previously spent 12 years at iHeartMedia CHR Y100 WHYI Miami. Fly, best
known for his long run at iHeartMedia CHR 101.3 KDWB Minneapolis, joins
SiriusXM from afternoons at Cumulus Classic Hip-Hop 105 The Vibe
Minneapolis. Symon, the newcomer to radio, is a pop/RB/house performer
currently working on her debut album.

SiriusXM announced today the launch of a new daily show on SiriusXM Hits 1
starring comedian/television host Michael Yo, radio personality Tony Fly
and singer Symon. Hits 1 in Hollywood, broadcasting live from the SiriusXM
studios in Los Angeles, will officially expand the channels live broadcasts
from coast to coast, as SiriusXM Hits 1s The Morning Mash Up will continue
to air live from New York City weekday mornings.

Hits 1 in Hollywood will launch on Tuesday, January 17 on SiriusXM Hits 1
live from the landmark Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood. The new daily
show will feature todays biggest hits in contemporary music, along with pop
culture news, artist and celebrity interviews, and fast-paced fun during
West Coast drive time.

We are excited to add more live daily programming on our preeminent pop
music channel Hits 1, the most influential pop channel in radio today. Hits
1 in Hollywood live from our L.A. studios will become a must listen for our
audience from coast to coast and allow us even more access to the biggest
celebrities and music stars, said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief
Content Officer, SiriusXM.

I am so excited to be part of such an amazing company and to be heard
nationally. Bringing the heart of Hollywood to Hits 1 on SiriusXM is a
dream come true, said Michael Yo.

The daily three hour show will premiere on Tuesday, January 17 at 4:00 pm
PT on SiriusXM Hits 1, via satellite on channel 2 and through the SiriusXM
app on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at
siriusxm.com. Hits 1 in Hollywood will air Monday—Friday, from 4:00 pm
—7:00 pm PT.

Hits 1 in Hollywood will also be available via SiriusXM On Demand through
the SiriusXM app for smartphones and other mobile devices and online.

Michael Yo is a stand-up comedian and entertainment and pop culture expert.
Michael can be seen on CBS The Insider, covering the latest in celebrity
news; as well as guest co-hosting CBS The Talk, and appearing regularly as
a hot topic talker on The Wendy Williams Show.

Tony Fly, a veteran radio and TV host, has appeared on highly-rated radio
programs in Austin, New Orleans, New York City and Minneapolis. He is the
former host of late night Fox TV in Minneapolis.

Combining a bit of pop, RB, and house, Symon breaks the boundaries and
pushes the limits of self-expression. Symon is crafting her debut album,
collaborating with some of the industrys most exciting new up-and-coming
songwriters and producers.

SiriusXM Hits 1 plays hit music from artists like Taylor Swift, The Weeknd,
Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Adele, Twenty One Pilots and
more. SiriusXM Hits 1 is also home to The Morning Mash Up, the live daily
morning show hosted by Nicole Ryan, Stanley T and Ryan Sampson from the
SiriusXM studios in New York.



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Station Sales Week Of 1/13

Posted: 13 Jan 2017 04:30 AM PST
https://radioinsight.com/headlines/1...s-week-of-113/


Station Sales

Public Broadcasting of Colorado purchases Regional Mexican 1490 KXRE/102.1
K271CK Manitou Springs/Colorado Springs CO from Latino Communications for
$550,000. KXRE will simulcast the Public News/Talk programming of 90.1 KCFR
Denver.

Apex Broadcasting sells Gospel Heaven 1390 WSPO Charleston SC and their
translator CP 100.1 W261DG to John Cardillo’s Chatter Media for $375,000.
Cardillo hosts a syndicated Conservative Talk show and mornings on Salem
Medias 880 The Biz Swee****er/Miami FL.

Last Chance Public Radio Association donates their CP for 88.5 in Helena MT
to Montana State University Billings Yellowstone Public Radio. The new CP
will rebroadcast the Public News/Talk/Classical programming originating at
91.7 KEMC Billings, where it will replace 89.1 KYPH East Helena.

KYPH will be swapped to Montana State University Bozemans KGLT Radio in
exchange for 98.1 K251AC Helena.

As part of a divorce settlement, Roger Ogden acquires full control of
Krystal Broadcasting AAA Krystal 93 93.9 KYSL Frisco CO/92.3 K222BQ
Graymont/103.3 K277DB Silverthorne and CHR Streamin 93 93.1 K226AH
Frisco/K226CI Breckenridge for $1.54 million from ex-wife Margaret Ann
Perry.

The River Ministries acquires 91.3 KHHC Canadian TX from Solid Rock
Foundation for $20,000.
Translator Sales
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International$2,000103.1 WHME South Bend98.3 K252FH MoabUTSpirit MediaRed
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Bloomberg: Why Reports of Death of FM Radio Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Posted: 12 Jan 2017 02:08 PM PST
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...ly-exaggerated






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