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Traverse City Record-Eagle:

Ralph Soffredine is fed up with "bookend" holes in the ground at each end of Front Street downtown. "It is embarrassing to see that," said Soffredine, a city commissioner. "How long do you wait before you say to someone ... 'don't just leave a hole there or a fence around there forever'" ... Much of the clamor has focused on Federated Properties' empty lot at 124 W. Front St. and the unfinished Clovelly Broadcast Centre at 101 N. Park St ... developer Roy Henderson's property a few blocks east at the corner of Front and Park streets has been empty for years. Henderson put in a foundation for the Clovelly building, but hasn't done any construction since 2001, due to architecture and building height disputes, as well as the poor economy... Holes in ground downtown cause concern (Thu, 1/10)


WHYB and WLST swap formats in Menominee / Marinette, WI

Earlier this month, 'Cat Country' moved from WHYB FM 103.7 Menominee to the stronger signal of WLST FM 95.1 Marinette, WI with the adult contemporary format titled 'The Wave' moving from 95.1 to 103.7. 'The Wave' 103.7 also added the syndicated Bob and Sheri program for morning drive.

Both stations are operated by Armada Media - WLST 95.1 operates with 100,000 watts at 436 feet while WHYB 103.7 broadcasts with 7,000 watts at 299 feet.


Traverse City Record-Eagle:

It's more than a compliment when strangers say they like Ann Bardens-McClellan's voice. It's a sign that they're tuning in to her radio show. The award-winning poet is co-host of Michigan Writers on the Air, broadcast the last Saturday and Sunday of each month on Interlochen Public Radio (IPR). Also hosted by Aaron Stander, an award-winning mystery novelist and reviewer, the program features conversations with -- and readings by -- local and visiting writers... Writers take to the airwaves (Fri, 1/25)


Great news for listeners of news/talk/sports WBRN AM 1460 in Big Rapids as the FCC has granted station owner Mentor Partners special temporary authority (STA) to simulcast the AM station on an FM translator at 107.7 FM. The STA, which is good for six months, was granted on February 20th and fills-in coverage for the AM especially in outlying areas of Big Rapids, including Green, Big Rapids, and Colfax townships.

WBRN does not provide interference-free reception in these areas during the sunset and early morning hours when AM 1460 must operate with reduced power and compete with interference from co-channel and adjacent channel stations. The application with the FCC claims that interference issues severely curtail the "ability to receive local programming including Big Rapids High School sports play-by-play, Ferris State University sports play-by-play, public affairs programming, and such significant news as morning and evening traffic announcements, weather, school closings, etc."

Jeffrey J. Scarpelli, president of Mentor Partners which owns WBRN along with country WWBR-FM 100.9 and Hot AC WYBR-FM 102.3 in Big Rapids, explains that the application for this transmitter was submitted in 2003 and that two more translator applications are on file for the Reed City and Morley areas to further fill-in WBRN's night time signal. "We hope that the FCC will grant these applications on a permanent basis by this summer. Over the last 10 years the population of Big Rapids has moved farther and farther away from the city limits and WBRN's night time signal doesn't cover these areas. The addition of the FM signal for WBRN will also be promoted on WWBR, WYBR and via a direct mail campaign."

The FCC is currently studying if the use of FM translators for rebroadcasting AM stations will be allowed on a nationwide basis, with certain distance restrictions. The grant of the STA in Big Rapids is the first time the FCC has allowed a Michigan AM station to rebroadcast its signal on an FM translator.


Great Lakes Loons Purchase WYLZ and will change format to All-Sports

ESPN 100.9The Great Lakes Loons have announced the purchase of WYLZ FM 100.9 from the Last Bastion Trust, with financial assistance from the Michigan Baseball Foundation, for $325,000. Effective Tuesday, March 25th, the station's country format will be dropped and be replaced with sports as ESPN 100.9-FM. The station has applied to change its call sign to WLUN.

The station was previously owned by Citadel Broadcasting and was put into trust to be sold last year as part of a deal that added a number of stations formerly owned by ABC/Disney into the Citadel portfolio.

ESPN 100.9-FM will carry ESPN Radio’s flagship weekday programs Mike and Mike in the Morning (6am-10am), featuring former NFL lineman Mike Golic and Sportscenter anchor Mike Greenberg; The Herd (10am-1pm), with Colin Cowherd; and the Mike Tirico Show (1pm-3pm), featuring versatile play-by-play broadcaster and Michigan native Mike Tirico, Sportscenter anchor Scott Van Pelt, ESPN reporter Michelle Tafoya, and College Gameday co-host Kirk Herbstreit.

In addition, Bill Simonson's "The HUGE Show" will be heard weekdays from 3pm-6pm on ESPN 100.9-FM. The station will also carry various other ESPN Radio programs during night and weekend hours.

The station will continue to be the flagship radio home for Great Lakes Loons baseball, carrying all regular season and post-season games, plus the 2008 Midwest League All-Star Game and Homerun Derby, powered by Dow Corning.

Loons President and General Manager Paul Barbeau noted that the opportunity to purchase the station was “too good to pass up” for several reasons. By owning a radio station, the Loons are able to secure a flagship station for the team’s radio broadcasts for as long as the team owns the station. The radio station also provides an opportunity to further promote the team, upcoming games and the charitable initiatives of the Michigan Baseball Foundation.

Like the Loons, the new ESPN 100.9-FM will operate as a non-profit organization. The radio station will provide an additional revenue stream for the Michigan Baseball Foundation, which along with the Loons has helped generate over $350,000 in charitable donations during the Loons’ first season. The station’s purchase also corresponds with the Foundation’s mission of promoting local economic development.

ESPN 100.9-FM will operate from the Citadel Broadcasting studios in Saginaw. After the conclusion of the baseball season, construction will begin on a state-of-the-art broadcast studio in the Dow Diamond press box, overlooking the baseball field.

Brad Golder, currently the Loons’ director of broadcasting and media relations and the team’s play-by-play broadcaster, will serve as the program director of ESPN 100.9-FM. Golder previously served as the operations manager and executive producer for the Atlanta Braves Radio Network (Clear Channel, Atlanta) and as a producer for WWTN and WNFN (Cumulus, Nashville).

ESPN 100.9-FM has an immediate opening for a sales manager. Interested applicants can send their resumes to ESPN 100.9-FM, c/o Job Opportunities; PO Box 365; Midland, MI 48640. The station will also be hiring a production manager, a traffic manager and several other positions soon.

ESPN 100.9-FM provides terrific marketing opportunities for businesses looking to reach the station’s growing sports talk audience. Companies interested in marketing and sponsorship opportunities with the Tri Cities’ new ESPN 100.9-FM should contact Karrie Sells at 989-837-6137 or ksells@loons.com.


FM 94.5 Mackinaw City flips format

Earlier this week, WLJZ FM 94.5 changed its format from Hot Adult Contemporary "Star 94.5" to Classic Country as "Big Country Gold". The station, owned by Northern Star Broadcasting, had been Hot AC since June 2006 when it dropped what had been a simulcast of Modern Rock WJZJ FM 95.5 Glen Arbor/Traverse City.


Tucker Broadcasting of Traverse City, Inc. in Michigan announced Tuesday that it has completed a transaction to acquire WGTU/WGTQ TV 29&8, the ABC and CW affiliates serving the Traverse City-Cadillac, Michigan market. Tucker Broadcasting has entered into a series of agreements with Barrington Broadcasting Group LLC, based out of Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Barrington’s subsidiary, which owns the TV 7&4, will provide support services to the operations of WGTU/WGTQ. K. James Yager, Chief Executive Officer of Barrington, stated, “Our management team, under the guidance of Chris Cornelius, Chief Operating Officer, and Jill Saarela, Vice President and General Manager of WPBN/WTOM, will provide new opportunities for local news, local partnerships and growth at WGTU/WGTQ. We look forward to working with the WGTU/WGTQ team in the Traverse City-Cadillac market”... TV 7&4 to take over operation of TV 29&8, WGTU/WGTQ (Tue, 4/2)



Michigan Simulcast Adds Fox Sports Radio:
NORTHERN STAR BROADCASTING Talk simulcast WDMJ-A/MARQUETTE, MI and WIAN-A/ISHPEMING, MI add FOX SPORTS RADIO for weekends beginning MAY 3rd. The stations will air FSR SATURDAYS 5-6a, noon-7p, and 9p-midnight ET, and SUNDAYS 5-8a and 11a-midnight ET. (Tue, 4/8)


WNBY broadcast to benefit Youth Center

WNBY Radio of Newberry will hold a fundraiser on Wednesday, April 23 from 10:00 a.m. until noon to benefit the Luce County Community Resource and Recreation Center (LCCR&R).

The funds raised will be used to keep the Youth Center open. Call (906) 293-3221 to make a pledge. LCCR&R also will sponsor a sub/bake sale Saturday, May 10 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This project also supports the operation of the Youth Center.


Big Country hires a Cook

Glenn 'Casey' Cook, formerly of WNBY and Eagle 96.7 in Newberry, is taking his 'Casey & the Coffee Crew' Morning Show to Big Country WJPD FM 92.3 in Marquette and will also be the new station manager, program director and oversee the creative services department.

Northern Star Broadcasting Marquette General Manager Tammy Johnson expressed, "Casey is going to be a great addition to the Big Country team and will lead them with his experience and attention to detail. We are excited about everything he brings to the table and fits in nicely with the new direction we want to take with the radio station. Big Country just got bigger!"

Cook commented, "The whole staff is young and enthusiastic and are ready for the challenge to reach the next level. Tammy Johnson is a wonderful woman who has a deep passion for radio and wants to take Big Country to new heights, along with the other stations in the cluster. We immediately hit it off and everyone is ready to get to work so that we can attain and surpass the new goals set in place. It will be exciting times for the central and western U.P. and for Big Country!"

'Casey' begins his new role this week and will be broadcasting the new morning show on Big Country in mid-May, while serving Marquette and surrounding communities with live and local content, replacing the syndicated Young & Verna Show. Outgoing as program director was Ariane who left for personal reasons.

Johnson also noted that the station's new midday host is Stephanie Langlois who moves from crosstown soft rock WQKS-FM 101.9 and also becomes WJPD's production director.


CMU, 9&10 News expand partnership

A relationship between Central Michigan University and a local television station has expanded to give CMU's aspiring broadcasters professional positions and valuable experience working on newscasts - all while they are still in school.

CMU's School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts and WWTV/WWUP-TV in Cadillac have broadened a five-year partnership to now train student interns as producers for the station's newscasts, pay them for their work and, potentially, hire them on as employees.

"The idea is that they'll become staff members if they are successful and if positions open," said CMU BCA faculty member Rick Sykes, adviser to the university's "News Central 34" nightly news program. "It's a great opportunity and an enhancement of our existing partnership."

Kevin Dunaway, the station's news director, said CMU's BCA students "always work hard" and "are usually ahead of the game, and those are the types of candidates we are looking for.

"CMU has a great broadcasting program," he said, noting that the station has CMU interns most every semester. "CMU's BCA students typically have a better hands-on experience than most other places we draw our interns from. We have a great amount of respect for how they train their students at CMU."

The original partnership between the university and the station provided production internship opportunities to CMU BCA students who had completed related course work. In 2005, the relationship expanded to include a general-assignment reporting position for an experienced "News Central 34" reporter or anchor who, upon selection by Dunaway, would endure a reporter "boot camp" and eventually become a weekend reporter for the station.

CMU alumnus Ryan Raiche, who completed the boot camp, became a general assignment reporter for the station while still a student and is now a Traverse City Bureau reporter for TV 9&10 and its sister station, WFQX-TV in Cadillac, typically appearing on WFQX's 10 p.m. newscast.

"The partnership between CMU and TV 9&10 got my foot in the door," said Raiche. "It provided me the perfect opportunity to prove myself - not by being the perfect reporter, but by showing potential. Any internship is helpful, but the partnership with TV 9&10 is more than any internship."

To learn more about CMU's School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts - including Moore Hall Television, the Michigan Association of Broadcasters' College Station of the Year for the past seven years, visit www.bca.cmich.edu.

For more information about 9 & 10 News, visit www.9and10news.com.


Traverse City Record-Eagle:

Chuck Meers and his wife, Paula, don't watch a whole lot of television. But the analog set in their house may be on more often these days after Meers' new digital converter box -- bought in anticipation of the broadcast signal switch to all-digital next year -- provided an unexpected surprise: more channels. "I'm very pleased with it," said Meers, who used to get the three basic local stations on antenna: 7&4, 9&10 and 29&8. "Now, we get nine channels." Like millions of TV viewers across the country, Meers bought the box to make sure his television set remains usable after Feb. 17, 2009, when broadcasters stop transmitting the traditional analog signal and switch to an all-digital signal... No More Rabbit Ears: Converter boxes clear picture for analog users (Fri, 6/20)


New Marquette area stations sign on

Within in the past couple of weeks, two new radio stations near Marquette have reportedly started regular operations. WUPF FM 100.3 introduced a classic hits format as 'The Point' and broadcasts from an antenna located between Marquette and Ishpeming providing both cities with a city-grade signal.

WUPG FM 96.7 is featuring an adult hits format operating from western Marquette county near Michigamme. Both WUPF and WUPG are owned by Radioactive, LLC.



Alice Hits The Michigan Peninsula: "Nights with ALICE COOPER" has been picked up by simulcast stations NOTHERN STAR BROADCASTING Rock simulcast WIMK and WUPK (THE BEAR)/MARQUETTE, MI. The show will run from 7p-midnight on weeknights. (Wed, 7/23)


Veteran radio personality returns to Newberry airwaves

'Casey and the Coffee Crew' hosted by Casey Cook has returned to 1450 WNBY-AM, in Newberry Michigan as of yesterday, August 11th. The show features extended newscasts, in depth local and national sports, weather with Meteorologist Karl Bohnak and Paul Harvey News. Casey and the Coffee Crew will also host community leaders and newsmakers to keep Newberry connected with what is going on in the local area, and play the greatest country music of all time.

Cook will also take on the duties of play-by-play voice of Newberry Indians Football, while Jack Yoak will join Cook with analysis throughout the football season. Cook will also call boys and girls basketball this winter for Newberry's Radio Station.

WNBY General Manager Travis T. Freeman said, "We're extremely happy to have Casey Cook back at home here at WNBY Radio, Casey is a great addition to our award winning broadcasting team. He's a talented broadcaster with a wealth of experience. Since Thursday, we've received dozens of calls from listeners expressing how happy they are to have Casey and the Coffee Crew back on WNBY."

Casey Cook is a three time International Communicators Award of Excellence recipient, and a two time Michigan Association of Broadcasters Award of Excellence recipient.



The last of the Michigan radio ratings for spring was released earlier this week with the Traverse City market getting a look at their top stations. In the age 12+ category, country WTCM-FM led the way followed by hits WKHQ and news-talk WTCM AM... Age 12+ radio ratings for Traverse City-Petoskey (Wed, 8/13)


Radio and Records:

Street Talk reports: After propelling MacDonald Garber Top 40 WKHQ/Traverse City, MI to its highest ratings in more than three years, the lovely and talented Director/FM Ops Dave B. Goode made the decision to hand over the PD reins to APD/afternoon talent Greg Grose, a.k.a. Lunchbox. "This will allow me to put more focus on my other station, [AC] WLXT (Lite 96FM), and to continue as host of northern Michigan's most-listened-to morning show on 106KHQ," Goode tells ST Daily. When we hit up Mr. Box about his first PD gig, he told us, "I'm taking over a bad-ass station with great numbers. There's a great staff in place, and the station was handed to me in great position. We're just moving ahead and plan to stay our course." (Tue, 8/19)


Nothern Star Broadcasting sells WIDG AM 940

The Straits area will likely be losing an all-sports radio station soon as Northern Star Broadcasting has agreed to sell its WIDG AM 940 for $100,000 to Baraga Broadcasting pending FCC approval and closing. It's likely that Baraga will offer its religious (Catholic) format on the station - Baraga owns and operates Catholic WTCK FM 90.9 Charlevoix along with translators in Gaylord and Mackinaw City.


Northern Michigan: Newsmakers Sept 12, 2008




MacDonald-Garber Traverse City Taps Leigh For OM HEATHER LEIGH joins MACDONALD-GARBER BROADCASTING in TRAVERSE CITY/PETOSKEY, MI as FM Operations Manager for the cluster. Both DAVE B. GOODE, PD at Top 40/Adult WLTX and LUNCHBOX, PD at Top 40 WKHQ, will now report directly to her. In other happy news, ALL ACCESS sends congratulations to HEATHER on her recent nuptials. (Thu, 9/11)



NORTHERN BROADCASTING Classic Hits WFCX/WFDX (THE FOX)/TRAVERSE CITY morning host/APD/MD CRAIG RUSSELL exits due to cost cutting. Said RUSSELL, "I've done it all in 19 years... Mornings, Middays, Afternoons, Nights, PD, APD, MD, Production. I'm looking for my next chance to make a semi-honest living, and hopefully get back into the Top 40 fold. (Mon, 10/20)


Traverse City Record-Eagle:

The faith-based message being broadcast through the airwaves over northern Michigan has been the same for 25 years. The Christian Good News message of God's love and Jesus' assurance of everlasting life is the message that Good News Media has beamed to its radio listeners since making it broadcast debut on Dec. 23, 1982. The Traverse City-based nonprofit radio station works its call letters WLJN into their motto, "We're Lifting Jesus' Name," the same words that are the goal of dedicated staffers who provide Christian talk and musical programming for listeners tuned to 89.9 FM, 1400 AM in Traverse City and WLJW 1370 AM in Cadillac... On-Air Message: Radio station spreads 'Good News' for 25 years (Sat, 10/25)


WNBY AM begins season-long coverage of Timberwolves Midget hockey

Today, Saturday November 8th, marks the start of a full season of coverage for the Newberry Timberwolves Midget Hockey Team on AM1450 WNBY. This afternoon's game at 2:15pm has the Timberwolves in the Alger Centennial Arena skating against Munising in their first game of the year. The Timberwolves were last years' U.P. Champions and went on to the State Championship.

Play-by-play for Timberwolves Hockey will be handled by broadcast veteran Casey Cook for WNBY and will cover over 20 regular season games, with additional coverage provided for the U.P. Playdowns.

"This is a first for any station in Newberry to provide coverage of a team in any sport outside of normal high school sports broadcasts," according to Cook. "Being Newberry's Sports Leader, we thought it would be a big boost for this team to broadcast their games this season and follow them down the road as they try to get back to the State Championship. Most of the team returns from last years' squad and it should be some real exciting hockey for the fans in Newberry."


Traverse City Record-Eagle:

Local and guest jazz musicians will help raise money to operate northern Michigan's jazziest radio station. The Jeff Haas Little Big Band will perform a concert on Saturday, Nov. 29, with special guests vocalist Betty Joplin and guitarist Ron Getz. "It will be a celebratory vibe," said pianist Haas, who hosts a weekly show on college radio station WNMC, during which he spins jazz, folk, blues and other genres. "We're celebrating almost 30 years of WNMC being on the air," added Haas, who is one of about 70 volunteers who help run the community station... Timeless: College radio station benefit features jazz, memories (Fri, 11/21)



Santa arrives in Eastern Upper Peninsula

Add another to the list of all-Christmas stations with today's flip of oldies WNBY-FM 93.9 Newberry / Sault Ste Marie at 6am. Check out the sounds of the season on WNBY at www.oldies93fm.com.



TV 7&4 is reporting sad news as the station is saying good-bye to their friend, colleague and mentor Dave Walker. You may know Dave had esophageal cancer, and despite a very brave battle, he lost that fight Thursday morning. The station is honoring Dave with a tribute, a sliver of full life where he touched more people than he could have ever have known. Eugene Telma was a Northern Michigan boy, growing up in his home town of Ludington, his ties to this region were strong and life long. He'd later change his name for his broadcasting career. And even those closest to him knew him as we did, Dave Walker. And he could warm up a room, just by walking through the doors. Everyone would yell, 'Dave!' and he would just smile. Dave first discovered his skill as a broadcaster while studying at Michigan State. He graduated with a degree in communication. You didn't have to spend much time with Dave to know that the Spartans and storytelling were two of his life long passions. He was an anchor at TV 7&4, but he was always a radio man first. From stations in Ludington, and even as far off as Los Angeles, California... Saying good-bye to our friend - A tribute to the life of Dave Walker (Fri, 11/28)



Ludington Daily News:

Television anchorman Dave Walker, who grew up as Eugene "Pete" Telma in Ludington, died Thursday after a long battle with cancer. Walker, who was born in 1945, graduated from Ludington High School in 1963 and served in the U.S. Navy in Vietnam. He ended up in northern Michigan doing radio news before starting at TV 7&4 in 1984... Pete Telma/Dave Walker dead at 63 (Fri, 11/28)



Traverse City Record-Eagle:

A longtime local news anchor known to thousands of northern Michigan households as Dave Walker died after a two-year battle with cancer. Eugene E. Telman II, 63, died Thursday surrounded by his wife, family and friends. He was fondly remembered as a mentor and friend through his long career at WPBN/WTOM-TV, the Traverse City-based NBC affiliate... Longtime news anchor dies at 63 (Sat, 11/29)


Alpena News:

Charter Communications and Alpena's WBKB have been affiliated since the cable giant provided its service in Michigan. Now local viewers are looking at the realization of not having its regional CBS channel available via cable. Every three-years the station classifies itself to Charter. It can categorized as a must carry station, or re-transmission consent status. The consent status means the two parties must reach a mutual agreement in regards to broadcasting and funds. WBKB has chosen the later and has informed Charter it must drop the channel from its packages as of Dec. 31 if an agreement isn't in place. "We got notification that they wanted to have the signal off the air on December 31," Charter Spokes Person Tim Ransberger said. "We are continuing to hope for a positive solution though." WBKB General Manager Cher Allen understands the cable provider's concerns, but also looks at expenses the station pays to bring quality programming to Northeast Michigan... WBKB, Charter at odds? (Tue, 12/16)


WLDR Traverse City adds HD services

Country WLDR-FM 101.9 Traverse City has become the first northern Michigan radio station to adopt iBiquity's HD Radio technology and will be broadcasting three different formats from its HD-1, HD-2, and HD-3 all-digital FM channels. The HD-1 channel will feature a simulcast of Sunny Country, HD-3 will offer sports, and a yet to be announced new format will be offered on HD-2.

WLDR is promoting the addition of HD services by giving away HD radios to listeners and has notified local retailers of the availability of the service in the Traverse City area.


Traverse City Record-Eagle:

The MyNetwork Television network is now on Traverse City's WLLZ MyTV12. One of MyNetwork's most popular programs is WWE's Friday Night Smackdown from the WWE. The day after Christmas, WLLZ will be starting it's sixth year of broadcasting locally to the Traverse City area on channel 12. Earlier this year WLLZ joined the Charter cable line-up on digital channel 202 covering 12 northern Michigan counties from Cheboygan to Manistee, including Cadillac and Traverse City... WLLZ joins new network, to air WWE (Tue, 12/23)


Traverse City Record-Eagle:

For the past three weeks, the upstart My Network TV has accomplished something that would have been considered unthinkable just two years ago. The network, quickly cobbled together by a group of Fox-owned local stations after the 2006 merger of the WB and UPN into the new CW left abandoned stations with nothing to put on the air, has averaged more prime-time viewers than the CW. And it's available locally on WLLZ MyTV12. Bob Naismith, WLLZ station manager, said, "This national television network has been missing from northern Michigan"... Surprising success for My Network TV (Fri, 12/26)


Traverse City Record-Eagle:

Everybody knows the TV weatherman. Especially when he's been beamed into their homes nightly on 9&10 News since 1991. After a long tenure at the station, and before that at TV 7&4, Dave Barrons will give his final weather report at the end of this year. The senior meteorologist will leave TV to pursue other activities, including math tutoring for elementary students and spending more time outdoors. But for many local television viewers, Barrons will continue to be recognized as the man who brought them the weather. "Nobody is afraid to say 'Hi' to the weatherman," he said. "Everybody has an opinion about the weather." Barrons is comfortable in front of a camera or chatting with viewers. At Miami University, he served on a concert board, where he spoke in front of large groups. There, he earned a bachelor's in political science. He added two master's degrees -- one in political science from Purdue University and another in education at the University of North Carolina. Before his broadcast career, he worked as a school social worker in special education. Now, he plans to return to education, working with his wife, a dyslexia specialist... Dave Barrons goes off-camera (Sun, 12/28)


Format changes in Menominee/Marinette

DX-MidAMerica reports that Bay Cities Radio is changing the format of two Menominee, MI /Marinette, WI radio stations, moving the oldies format of WAGN AM 1340 to WHYB FM 103.7 which previously was soft rock as 'The Wave'. Then starting Monday January 5, 2009, WAGN will take on a talk format featuring syndicated programs from Rush Limbaugh, Dave Ramsey, Dr. Edell, Laura Ingraham, and Alan Colmes.







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