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    What ever happened to the very few FM affiliates Radio Disney had prior to the HD move?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LibertyNT View Post
    What ever happened to the very few FM affiliates Radio Disney had prior to the HD move?
    AFAIK the only station left is in LA, and it's actually Radio Disney Country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigA View Post
    AFAIK the only station left is in LA, and it's actually Radio Disney Country.
    And, of course, the several dozen Radio Disney stations in Latin America. A new one (all are FM) just opened in Monterrey, NL, México.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibertyNT View Post
    What ever happened to the very few FM affiliates Radio Disney had prior to the HD move?
    They got sold. Indianapolis went to iHeart. I think Salem got Little Rock.
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    How many of the former AM Radio Disney stations are now doing religion? This is just from memory.

    Boston (in Portuguese)
    Hartford
    Warwick, RI
    Philly
    NYC
    Long Island (in Spanish). The Long Island affiliate flipped formats in 98 after they signed on in NYC. Since dropping Radio Disney they were sold a couple times and have been Standards (simulcasting WHLI), Korean (twice I think), Caribbean Music (brokered)/Talk (brokered), Oldies, and now Spanish Religion. Maybe I even missed a few.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcB View Post
    How many of the former AM Radio Disney stations are now doing religion? This is just from memory.

    Boston (in Portuguese)
    Hartford
    Warwick, RI
    Philly
    NYC
    Long Island (in Spanish). The Long Island affiliate flipped formats in 98 after they signed on in NYC. Since dropping Radio Disney they were sold a couple times and have been Standards (simulcasting WHLI), Korean (twice I think), Caribbean Music (brokered)/Talk (brokered), Oldies, and now Spanish Religion. Maybe I even missed a few.
    are you talking about WNYH

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    Yes. WNYH. Back when they were RD they were WGSM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcB View Post
    Yes. WNYH. Back when they were RD they were WGSM.
    2011 2012 they was Korean Christian format 2003 to 2006 ny radio KOREA

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    Quote Originally Posted by PTBoardOp94 View Post
    It is also a recent development that the NL and AL ceased to exist as separate entities. It was around 2000 when MLB became the controlling entity rather than being a coalition of the NL and AL.
    'MLB' began to be used more after the strike in 1995, as the sport tried to reposition itself. Usage increased as the Fox TV contract, and interleague play, came about in the mext couple of years. The league offices were eliminated effective with the 2000 season(also bringing umpires 'under one roof'), and so that year would be when it all became official.

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