As the AC format had evolved over the past several years to stay consistent with its demographics target, it's apparent that most AC now play fewer 80s and 90s and leaned more toward the recurrents and currents.
Several years ago, most AC were playing around 1-3 70s an hour, 4-7 80s an hour, 1-3 90s an hour, 1-2 00s an hour, and 1-2 recurrents/currents an hour. (Rough estimates based-off my knowledge) Now most AC are playing around 2-4 80s an hour, 0-2 90s an hour, 0-2 00s an hour, and 2-4 recurrents/currents an hour.
KMGL/Oklahoma City plays 3-4 80s an hour and 0-2 90s an hour.
KODA/Houston plays 3-4 80s an hour and 0-2 90s an hour.
WLTW/New York plays 1 70s every 2-3 hours, 5-6 80s an hour and 0-1 90s an hour.
WLYF/Miami plays 1 70s every 5-6 hours, 3-6 80s an hour, 2-4 90s an hour.
WRVR/Memphis plays 1 70s an hour, 5-6 80s an hour, 0-1 90s an hour.
WEAT/West Palm Beach plays 2 70s an hour, 3-5 80s an hour, 1-4 90s an hour.
WBEB/Philadelphia plays 1-3 80s an hour, 1-2 90s an hour.
WRRM/Cincinnati plays 1-2 80s an hour, 1-2 90s an hour.
Many of the AC I listed above are my favorites which are KMGL, KODA, WLTW, WLYF, WRVR, and WEAT. They have a much more older and more conservative approach than the average AC in this nation. Especially WLYF, WRVR, WEAT, and perhaps WLTW as well. KMGL and KODA have a much more liberal approach with a slightly older approach.
KMGL still run their "Awesome 80s Weekend" each weekend. They play about 4-6 80s an hour on their "Awesome 80s Weekend". WLTW still run their "Best of the 80s Weekend" each weekend.
Earlier this year, KMGL introduced the "90s at Noon" which is featured each weekday during the noon hour. They play about 4-5 90s songs during the noon hour.
This has been a long time since KMGL carried a themed period of any kind dedicated to the music of the 90s decade. Back in 2012 and before, KMGL ran their "Flashback Weekend" (70s and 80s), "Awesome 80s Weekend", or "Meet My 90s Weekend" each weekend. They dropped their "Flashback Weekend" and "Meet My 90s Weekend" in early 2013 and stuck to their "Awesome 80s Weekend" each weekend up till now. I wish they bring back their "Meet My 90s Weekend".