In this week’s issue… Seven Mountains rearranges State College – Pamal makes big WHUD cuts – Elmira’s 94 Rock moves – New midday show at WIP – Remembering Osterlund
By SCOTT FYBUSH
*Our first big story of 2023 is one we began anticipating late in 2022. When Seven Mountains struck its $17 million deal to buy 34 stations from Forever, it set the stage for the near-complete rearrangement of the commercial radio dial in State College, PENNSYLVANIA that will kick off this morning.
Only two of Forever’s existing brands will remain intact as Seven Mountains moves over to the former Forever studios: country “Big Froggy 101.1” (WFGE) and classic rock “99.5 the Bus” (WBUS).
(Read on for all the details in our subscriber-only section…)
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It’s the annual Tower Site Calendar!
This is the 23rd edition of our popular wall calendar, featuring gorgeous full-color photos of tower and transmitter sites from around the country, and sometimes the world. Our photos capture the sites throughout the day and throughout the year.
This makes a great gift for the tower enthusiast in your life — or a special treat for yourself!
Because it’s not yet off the press, we’re offering a pre-production price of $20. Once the calendar is printed, the price will go up to our regular price of $21.
Don’t wait – order yours today!
We have the Radio Historian’s Calendar again this year, too. There are only 25 in stock and they sell fast, so don’t wait to order.