Music Format

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WCVG - New Owners, All Elvis, Gospel, and Spanish
... WCLU's call letters were changed to WCVG and the format became "Kwick-Sell Classifieds." During this format, the station played soft adult contemporary music from the WJOJ library, and ... In mid 1987, WCVG switched to a contemporary country format ... WCVG launched the "All Elvis" format on August 1, 1988 ...
Surf FM - History
... programming presented by a team of young adults, programming a youth-oriented dance music format ... In the same year, Surf FM's music format was in a "holding pattern", broadcasting only 60's and 70's music as a novelty tribute to the defunct Melbourne commercial radio ... During a 9 month period, Surf FM limited its music to compacts discs and music charts specifically issued by 3TT between 1988 and 1989 ...
WNHN-LP
... WNHN-LP (94.7 FM) is a low-power radio station broadcasting a talk and music format ... WCNH-LP aired a Classical music format ... Broadcasting, which moved its classical music format to a new frequency, 91.5 FM, licensed to Bow, New Hampshire ...
CJZN-FM - History
... its simulcast of its AM sister and became CFMS-FM, airing an easy listening format from noon to midnight seven days a week ... moved to 1200 AM on July 1, 1986, and dropped its oldies format for an all-'70s music format in 1994 ... CKXM-AM in October 1995, broadcasting a country music format at 1200 on the AM band and known as 1200 CKXM Country ...
CKQQ-FM - History
... The new station said it would offer a soft vocals music format and continue with its traditional style of news and information programming, including Open ... The new FM station's music format and spoken word programming were to target Kelowna listeners in the 35-to-64-year-old age group ... a soft vocals and news and information format, the FM transmitter officially signed on at noon on August 17 of the same year with a country music format ...

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    Not to sink under being man and wife,
    But get some color and music out of life?
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)