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    AlvaJrNY
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    92.7 WQBU News/Talk is going vastly low ratings since August 2014

    Well David, since August 2014, 92.7 WQBU News/Talk is not ok 'cause is going very vastly low ratings like it did on 105.9 La Kalle playing reggaeton 24/7 since 2005-2007, 92.3 Free FM since 2006-2007, WPAT 93.1 Musica Variada since 2001-2002 and News 101.9 since 2001-2002 and 92.7 WQBU is playing musica romantica from the '70s, '80s, '90s, 2K and today.

    So do think that Univision America 92.7 will change to Pasion 92.7 to compete with WPPN-FM in Chicago since Que Buena (Regional Mex) used previously since 2007-2012 then Mami (Tropical Oldies) used previously since 2012-2014.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlvaJrNY View Post
    Well David, since August 2014, 92.7 WQBU News/Talk is not ok 'cause is going very vastly low ratings like it did on 105.9 La Kalle playing reggaeton 24/7 since 2005-2007, 92.3 Free FM since 2006-2007, WPAT 93.1 Musica Variada since 2001-2002 and News 101.9 since 2001-2002 and 92.7 WQBU is playing musica romantica from the '70s, '80s, '90s, 2K and today.

    So do think that Univision America 92.7 will change to Pasion 92.7 to compete with WPPN-FM in Chicago since Que Buena (Regional Mex) used previously since 2007-2012 then Mami (Tropical Oldies) used previously since 2012-2014.
    How would WQBU compete with a station in Chicago (and one that no longer exists). I do not understand.
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    AlvaJrNY
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    Yes David, if I understand that Pasion 106.7 is not anymore and it's now Amor since March 20, 2014 in Chicago.

    And like I said since August 2014, the News/Talk in NYC on WQBU-FM it's not alright 'cause they've had enough with the same News/Talk over and over and over again and it's going vastly ratings low.

    So since 92.7 is playing Musica Romantica from the '70s, '80s, '90s, 2K and today with some jocks with Nelly Carrion, Ricky Lopez, Douglas Peņa and more. So do you think that Univision America 92.7 will formally discontinued the News/Talk programming and leaving Radio WADO 1280AM with only one station heard and 92.7 will change a brand new format sometime in the weeks to come for the future soon?

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    AlvaJrNY
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    Regional Mexican is back 24/7 on 92.7 after two-year hiatus

    Oh DAVID!!! Regional Mexican is now back on the air for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 92.7 FM after taking a rest for two-year hiatus and gracias por dios to have it back on air. SI SI SI SI SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    But Seņora Musica with Douglas Peņa by playing Spanish Oldies won't coming back to 92.7 by every Sunday Mornings after 1/2 years 'cause Univision America was terminated, so forget about that and so long Douglas Peņa.

    But I've got to warn that I have 2 months to go to end for Christmas and I go with Ipod Classic with 160GB (now discontinued since 9/9/14 and Nano available with 16GB), so stay tuned and aun hay mas ok.

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    AlvaJrNY
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    On second thought, Seņora Musica with Douglas Peņa returns on air to our new 92.7 by every Sundays at 10AM-12PM (previously 8AM-12PM) after a week hiatus.

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    AlvaJrNY
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    Coco Clasicos returns to 92.7 after a year hiatus

    On third thought, after a year on hiatus, Coco Cabrera returns to 92.7 with Los Coco Clasicos by every Sunday Mornings at 8-10AM, so it will not be on 12PM anymore.

    So with 4 Hours back to back with Los Coco Clasicos 8-10AM and Seņora Musica 10AM-12PM with a formal way to listen Sundays in the mornings, so Coco, thank you for bringing it back to our programming 2 Hours on every Sundays.

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