In case you missed it on the radio, you can read it online.
CBS Radio Cleveland's alt-rock WXRK/92.3 "92.3 K-ROCK" has officially relaunched under that new moniker...the calls and slogan were both on New York City's 92.3 for years, until that station changed to talk WFNY "Free FM" earlier this month.
The speech given on air at just after 11 this morning by WXRK program director Kim Monroe is on the station's website this afternoon. (Despite the underlying URL stubbornly attached to this link, the station's new official website address is "krockcleveland.com".)
Monroe promises more 90's alt-rock music along with "more ground-breaking new music" and "no idiot talk", and seems aware that some may not like the broadened playlist:
Some of you are probably going to be a little disappointed in what we are doing, some folks wanted us to stay 'Xtreme' and keep playing Slipknot and Mudvayne all the time. Well, we will still play some of these bands like Korn, Disturbed, Rage, System of Down. And for more of a fix of the heavy stuff, we have the Metal Show for you on Sunday nights from 10-midnight. All I can ask is that you give us a chance, and we hope that you will like what you hear."