Longview Stations Make Swap

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  • #51497
    W7PAT
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    According to RadioInsight:

    “Real Country 1400 99.1 KBAM NewsTalk 1270 99.9 KEDO LongviewBicoastal Media has swapped dial positions for its two AMs in Longview WA.

    Conservative Talk/Sports 1400 KEDO Longview has moved to 1270, while Classic Country “Real Country” KBAM makes the reverse shift.

    The move, as with most AM changes now, was done to improve the translator signals for each station. With the move to 1400, KBAM is now tied to 99.1 K256CQ Longview giving it the 250w/181m signal. KEDO moves its FM signal to new sign-on 99.9 K260DH Longview with 70w/-139m. Bicoastal has not yet set plans for KBAM’s former 93.5 K228FA Longview with its 100w/189m signal.”

    #51523
    cowlitzron
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    KLYK Bicoastal’s hot AC station which has its main transmitter on 94.5 just east of Castle Rock, WA is now heard on 93.5 K228FA Longview.

    #51922
    chessyduck
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    And in a countermove….

    https://tdn.com/news/local/radio-stations-klog-and-101-5-the-wave-make-major-changes/article_2bb8e2d8-0499-5044-9096-1fb4b5cd8d55.html

    The Daily News , 6 Nov 2021
    “Radio stations KLOG and 101.5 The Wave make major changes”

    Radio station KLOG, Hometeam 100.7, recently dropped the ESPN Sports format and went back to playing “The Greatest Hits of All Time,” something KLOG did for decades, the radio station’s General Manager John Paul said in a press release. In addition, 101.5 The Wave has become 101.5 The Sleigh offering Christmas memories music 24 hours a day, seven days a week through Dec. 25.

    Kirc Roland, Ray Byers and Ray Bartley will continue with the “KLOG Morning Show,” which has been No. 1 for local news, sports, weather and local information for years, Paul said. The program airs live from 6 to 9 a.m.

    Then listeners can hear “fun and familiar classic hit songs with lots of local news and information throughout the day,” Paul said, noting “we are committed to providing 100% local programming to our area 24/7.”

    The new KLOG on-air lineup includes the “KLOG Morning Show” followed by Paul from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Dede from 2 to 7 p.m. and Ronnie Kay from 7 p.m. to midnight.

    At noon Dec. 27, Paul said a major announcement and huge programming change will be made to 101.5 The Wave.

    People can listen to KLOG at 100.7 FM, 1490AM or online at KLOG.com. The Sleigh can be heard at 101.5 FM and 1015thewave.com.

    KLOG also owns and operates Cookin’ Country 105.5, KUKN and The Cowlitz Podcast Network.

    “They are the only local radio group that is 100% locally programmed and owned with all programming decisions made here,” states the release.

    Keywords: John Paul Radio Station Klog Morning Show Radio Telecommunications Programming Press Release…
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