Fm News

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Charlie Meyerson
2011 to 2012, he was Chicago bureau chief, based at City Hall, for FM News Chicago, WIQI-FM 101.1 ... He became news director at WGN-AM 720 in Chicago on Aug ... Meyerson was the morning news anchor and city hall reporter for WXRT-FM from 1979 to 1989 ...
KFNC - History - Switch To Rock (and Later Talk)
... In January 2005, under new management, KRWP inherited the former KLOL format of AOR rock and flipped to KIOL as Rock 97.5 ... When the 103.7 signal signed on in May 2005, Cumulus moved KIOL to the new frequency and simulcast on 97.5 under the new calls KFNC for the next few weeks. 6am, 97.5 broke the simulcast and launched Houston's third attempt at an FM news station, KFNC FM News Channel 97-5 (102.1 KLYX—now KMJQ—was the first in 1975 as an affiliate of NBC Radio's now-defunct 24 ...
WIQI - Station History - News Ends, and Music Returns
... By mid-July 2012, "FM News 101.1" would see positive response in its new morning paring of Greg Jarrett and Monica DeSantis, and "Expanded News Coverage" was becoming a ... However, the all-news station never built a buzz among the listening public, with the station pulling no better than a 0.4 Arbitron ratings share since it launched in July 2011 ... By comparison, "FM News" was outperformed by alternative rock, in both the final rating of "Q101" as well as the 2nd month rating of sister station WKQX-LP.) With both of Merlin ...
WFAN-FM - Alternative Returns As "RXP"
... there was speculation that Merlin Media would convert WEMP to a news/talk hybrid, similar to its sister stations in Philadelphia (WWIQ) and Chicago (WIQI, which was also ... meeting was held with Merlin management and the news staffs of both WEMP and WIQI while the meeting took place, a newscast on "FM News 101.9" was abruptly cut ... of dead air, WEMP then returned to an alternative rock format under the "New Rock 101.9" branding, with "No Sleep Till Brooklyn" by the Beastie Boys the first song played ...

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