Friday, November 24, 2006

A Teaser

Since it's been a day or so since we updated, we'll just let you know that we're still around.

And coming in the next couple of days or so:

* Photographic evidence of a certain heavily-watched future Northeast Ohio transmitter site, which is a much drier place than when we last dropped in. Publication of the photos here will result in a certain person quickly closing his eyes, so he can honestly say he doesn't know the status of the project if asked by a newspaper reporter.

* A local radio anniversary.

* Our final "Ho Ho Ho Report" on local stations switching to holiday music, and our opinion as to why it may not happen as early for many stations next year.

* More on Time Warner Cable's post-Adelphia merger situation, and some unanswered questions finally answered.

* Other odds and ends we may have missed in the Thanksgiving Day holiday period, and a comment or two...and just maybe, The State of OMW.

Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

for your ho ho report.....wbbg fm in youngstown AND wnio am are both doing Christmas music.....and wbbg fm is streaming at www.wbbgfm.com

Gary P. said...

Did Clear Channel buy WJER? I never heard that.

OhioBiz said...

Some new streaming finds and which have been added to the OhioBiz - Ohio Streaming Directory(www.ohiobiz.com/Ohioradiofeeds.htm):

WQRP 89.5 FM Dayton
WKRQ 101.9 FM Cincinnati
WGRR 103.5 FM Cincinnati
WCSU 88.9 FM Central State University - Wilberforce
WHKW 1220 AM Cleveland
WLZT 93.3 FM Columbus
WKCO 91.9 FM Kenyon College - Gambier

Mark Geyman
OhioBiz
www.ohiobiz.com

Anonymous said...

WCPZ/102.7 Sandusky is also on the ho-ho-ho train, picking up Chrismas music on Thursday. It took the cue from sister station WLEC/1450, which flipped formats from standards to sports on Labor Day. WLEC played Chrismas music for many years...

- Nathan Obral